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Create a reliable, modern, and secure digital platform on AWS Cloud. Edigital Networks is a top Amazon Cloud Service Provider. We help you to drive innovation, scale your business services, and improve operational agility using our AWS cloud services.

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AWS stands for Amazon Web Services. It is a popular acronym that doesn’t need any introduction due to its popularity. In terms of cloud computing services, Amazon Web Services leads the market. Over 170 AWS services are available to developers anywhere and anytime. Amazon Web Services (AWS), which offers IT services to the public through web services, is now called cloud computing. AWS is a cloud-based infrastructure platform that provides high reliability, scalability, and low cost to many businesses in over 190 countries.

AWS Services Offered

Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud)

EC2 is an Amazon cloud platform that offers scalable and secure computing capacity. Besides enabling easy access and usability for developers, it gives them complete control over their computing resources. Allows applications to be deployed rapidly without investing in hardware while launching virtual servers as needed. 

CRM stands for Content Relationship Management. Using a CRM platform gives everyone involved in your business a way to manage customer interactions to increase growth.

Amazon RDS (Relational Database Services)

Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) makes it easy to manage, scale, and configure databases in the cloud. You can automate repetitive tasks like database setup, backups, patching, and hardware provisioning – all at a cost-effective price and according to your needs. The AWS Database Migration Service makes migrating your databases to Amazon RDS easy. 

S3 Bucket

The Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is a cloud storage service that can be accessed via the web. It is scalable, high-speed, and easy to use. Amazon Web Services (AWS) offers an online backup and archiving service for data and applications. In order to make web-scale computing easier for developers, Amazon S3 was designed with a minimal feature set.

Backup Plan

AWS Backup, a fully managed service that allows you to centralize and automate data security across AWS services (on-premises and in the cloud), is available. This service allows you to create backup policies and track activity for all your AWS resources from one place.

Volume Storage

With Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), you can store scalable, data-aware, secure, and fast objects

Route 53 (DNS Zone)

It is a highly available, scalable, and highly available Domain Name System (DNS) service. The Route 53 service connects users with internet applications on the AWS cloud or the user’s premises.

Server Migration

AWS Server Migration Service SMS Delivery Partners (SMS) are AWS Partners that help you implement AWS SMS to migrate your on-premises workloads into AWS. AWS Server Migration Service (SMS) Delivery Partners help customers to manage large-scale migrations.

Amazon Machine Images (AMI)

An Amazon Machine Image (AMI), a supported image that AWS provides, contains all the information necessary to launch an instance.

AWS Firewall

AWS Firewall Manager allows you to centrally manage and configure firewall rules across all your AWS accounts and applications. Firewall Manager allows you to easily bring new resources and applications into compliance with a standard set security rules.

IAM Users

An AWS IAM  Identity and Access Management user is an entity that you create in AWS to represent the person or application that uses it to interact with AWS. Users in AWS are identified by their name and credentials.

AWS Elastic Load Balancer

AWS Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) automatically distributes incoming application traffic across multiple targets and virtual appliances in one or more Availability Zones (AZs).

AWS Beanstalk

AWS Elastic Beanstalk is an easy-to-use service for deploying and scaling web applications and services developed with Java, .NET, PHP, Node.js, Python, Ruby, Go, and Docker on familiar servers such as Apache, Nginx, Passenger, and IIS.