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AWS Cloud Benefits


Why Choose Cloud Computing?

There are many reasons for going with the cloud.

Cloud computing enables benefits such as:

  • Cost savings
  • Security
  • Scalability
  • Flexibility

Payment Model

The cloud payment model is flexible.

You do not have to invest in a data center, servers, and other resources.

The cloud services is a variable expense.

You can use the services from the start and consume more as you grow.


Fewer Operations

Having your own data centers and servers requires resources and staffing.

Cloud computing reduces operation and lets you focus on important things, such as your applications and customers.


Flexible Capacity

Having and managing your own servers can result in unused capacity and limitations.

On the other hand, you can grow freely with cloud computing.

You pay for what you use



Economies at Scale

Cloud computing is about shared resources.

Sharing the infrastructure cost with hundreds of thousands of other customers lowers the overall costs.


Increased Speed

The flexibility of cloud computing makes it easier to develop and deploy applications.

You can test and utilize resources as you want in minutes.

This freedom allows you to experiment and invent more.

It allows for instant resource access.


Global Reach

AWS has data centers all over the world.

The AWS Cloud's global reach allows you to swiftly deploy apps to consumers anywhere.

Customers can access your apps quickly.

You can pick the ones near your clients to reduce the latency.


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Relevant Specializations and Guided Projects

  1. AWS Fundamentals Specialization
  2. MySQL DB with AWS RDS
  3. Website Hosting and Replication
  4. Create Amazon Aurora DB