What is AWS

AWS is a cloud platform that provides users with subscription services. The list of services includes both infrastructure solutions (for example, servers and storage systems) and ready-made platforms (databases and development environment).



Ease of use

AWS allows you to host existing and new applications based on the SaaS model quickly and securely. You can use the AWS Management Console or the Web Services API to work with AWS.


AWS allows you to choose the operating system, programming language, web application platform, databases, and other required services.

Variety of cloud storage

AWS supports managed databases for PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, and MS SQL. AWS also has its own databases that are compatible with MySQL and PostgreSQL and feature Oracle-like performance.


To keep your data secure, AWS provides encryption at standby for most storage services. KMS and CloudHSM services are provided for key management. Macie provides Data Loss Prevention (DLP) service.

Machine learning integration

AWS provides configurations for GPU-enabled BM types. If you need to rent a physical server, Bare-Metal-as-a-Service is provided.

AWS Alternatives

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure

What is Microsoft Azure?

MS Azure is a cloud platform that combines IaaS computing infrastructure solutions (servers, data storage, networks, operating systems) and tools and services that facilitate the development and deployment of cloud applications (PaaS).

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Google Cloud

Google Cloud

What is Google Cloud?

Google Cloud Platform is a cloud platform that improves data management and reduces the overhead of infrastructure management, server support and network setup.

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