What is AWS and Why Companies Want Cloud Computing Shift!
The world is shifting towards virtual reality, the reality that is there but you can not see it.
No doubt, the world wants less physical things and more virtual. You can not disagree the most powerful factor in an individual’s life is social media (Digital Media). One of my research about the impacts of social media on an individual’s perception, says that it is 70% of your thoughts what you see on social media. And this is a fact-based statement that the next days are of media war, rather it is going on. Just sticking to the topic, people of this generation want less physical and more virtual whether their relations, friends, or connections.
The industries want this too. The industries just got fed up with the management of hardware resources in their space. They are offended by administrating the IT/Networking infra-structure conventionally. The difficulty in not only managing but also scaling the infra-structure started becoming a huge problem for a tech company. Despite having a separate IT team for that, there is a lot of hindrance in the continuation of their actual work. And this is a BIG LOSS, here the discomfort starts.
When people are in pain or discomfort, here is an opportunity for an entrepreneur. The industries are in trouble and they are looking for some alternatives or solutions. An entrepreneur tries to nib in the bud by coming up with the best of all ideas. Amazon, which was already selling their products online, girded up their loins to come up with some solution and they did it. Amazon claimed to the companies that they need to keep the hardware of infra-structure anymore. And Amazon launched its Amazon-Web-Services(AWS) which was an on-demand cloud computing platform. AWS includes pay-as-you-go pricing, scalable, secure, and managed cloud computing service. Where you have nothing to do with the IT setup, scaling of hardware resources, or downtime loss of resources. When you have peak time while utilizing your resources it will keep an eye on that and arrange the resources for you automatically so that you keep going without a breakdown. And when you are going through downtime while utilizing your resources AWS will look after it and allocate the resources accordingly. Super cool it is!