Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform that offers editing, database storage, content provisioning and other business development and development features.

Storage – S3 (Simple Storage Service) – AWS archiving service where you can store objects such as files, folders, images, documents, songs and more. It cannot be used to install software, games or operating system.

databases – RDS (Relational Database Service): allows you to run relational databases such as migration

Database Migration Service (DMS): this service allows the migration of databases to local AWS. It also allows you to migrate from one database type to another. For example from Oracle to MySQL.

Networking and delivery of content – VPC (Virtual Private Cloud): it’s just a datacenter in the cloud where you distribute all your resources. This will help you isolate and protect your resources.

Developer tools – CodeStar – This is a cloud-based service for creating, managing and managing software development projects on AWS. With an AWS Code Star project, you can quickly develop, create and distribute applications in AWS.

Management tools – Cloud Watch: can be used to monitor AWS environments, such as CPU usage of EC2 and RDS instances, and trigger alerts based on various metrics.

Analytics – Athena: allows you to execute SQL queries in the S3 bucket to find files.

Security, identity and compliance – Identity and Access Management (IAM): allows you to manage users, assign policies and create groups to manage multiple users.

application services – Functionality Step: a way to visualize what is happening in your application and which different micro services are used.

Mobile services – Mobile hub: allows you to add, configure and design features for mobile apps. It is a console for mobile app development.

business productivity – Alexa for Business – With Alexa for Business you can strengthen your organization with voice commands

Artificial intelligence – Lex: allows you to quickly create chat bots.