New Cloud Services From Amazon.com. Inc. (AMZN)’s AWS At Cloud Summit
Amazon.com. Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s Amazon Web Services, which is worth about $5 billion, continues to load new features, as well as, services for its business customers. The company enjoys a good lead in the cloud services compared to the others. The company’s CTO, Werner Vogels, took the opportunity of its AWS Cloud Summit to provide more lights on the benefits of its additional features.
Gains Of Cloud
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s CTO disclosed that the enterprises were not only looking the cloud as freeing up of their IT workforce but also the stability and agility that brought to their businesses. He said that the gains of cloud were more on the business side of things. The enterprises need to be sure that its money is utilized properly and put on for the particular purposes. He said that it could be possible to put it to the cloud by taking away from the premises.
The online retailer’s AWS unveiled over 500 new big services, as well as, features and takes on the likes of Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) or Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL). The company plans to exceed the number in the current year. The division got a robust start following the number of announcements.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) announced CodePipeline that is meant to support developers automate the release processes of their software. Though it was announced during the last fall itself, the feature has become available only from now. Similarly, there is API Gate feature. That is full managed service designed to make easier for its customers to not only create and publish but also maintain and monitor application program interfaces, whether small or big.
The company’s CodeCommit is also a managed one that has become available now though it was announced last November. Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s CTO said that the objective is to move faster and there is no problem in getting a new server. There should be different services so that it could match with the resources of the workload.
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