Last updated on November 23rd, 2020 at 06:03 pm.
You might not be using Amazon Web Services yourself, but you have probably visited a website hosted on AWS Web Hosting.
AWS is so dominant in the cloud computing game that it’s 10 times the size of the next competitor and it offers so many services that it fits anyone’s needs. But this still doesn’t explain why so many companies consider AWS web hosting the best choice for hosting.
Let’s consider how things used to be. If a company needed storage space or wanted to take their business online, they would need to invest in their own computing technology. The alternative was signing a contract for storage on cloud and hoping they picked the right amount of space for their needs.
The same went for computing power – companies would have to hope they bought enough bandwidth and processing power to accommodate the traffic during peak hours. At low times, however, all that computing power would go to waste.
Amazon Web Services changed this. With AWS, you pay as much as you spend. This means the storage space is flexible. It also means AWS will assign you computing power and bandwidth according to your needs, so there’s no need to worry about traffic surges or resources going unused. And, as Amazon has vast server farms, using AWS is cheaper than maintaining other options.
AWS diversifies data across dozens of servers on different continents. This means it offers more speed and redundancy. The Hosting Tribunal have collected data showing how popular AWS really is—Netflix, Reddit, GoDaddy, and scores of other companies use AWS.
So, if you are thinking about transferring your business to the cloud, AWS could be the best solution for you. And if you wish to learn more about the benefits of using AWS for web hosting, you can check out the infographic below.
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