Amazon Web Services: Facilitating Amazon's cloud computing philosophy
This report provides an overview of Amazon Web Services, also describing private, public and hybrid clouds. Furthermore, it reveals how cloud computing interacts with IT infrastructure in the form of service-oriented architecture. Finally, the study looks at the differing organizations that subscribe to the cloud service, also assessing the company's position in the cloud computing market.
Features and benefits
Provides a history of Amazon Web Services' beginnings, detailing its public cloud services and how leading companies utilize them.
Reveals how the company has become a leading global cloud services provider, and how it differs from rivals.
Responsible for over 4% of Amazon's $74.5bn 2013 revenues, Amazon Web Services holds a 27% market share in cloud computing, more than its next two rivals combined. Established in 2006, the company is the result of over 10 years of development and the investment of millions of dollars, and believes almost all computing will move to the public cloud.•
Your key questions answered
What is Amazon Web Services and what is cloud computing?
How has Amazon Web Services become a global market leader?
Who are Amazon Web Services' rivals and how does Amazon operate differently?