Amazon Web Services (AWS) Tutorial Part 1

  • What is Cloud Computing?

    Cloud computing is an internet-based service in which large groups of remote servers are networked to allow centralized data storage, and online access to computer resources. It saves money and time for organizations other than using there own servers and infrastructure.

    Main benefits for the organization using cloud computing are

    • Resources can be scale up or down to organizations requirement.

    • You only have to pay for what you use.

    • You can access your resources from any where any time with proper security.

    • Can add or remove services on demand.

    • You do not have to worry about disaster management or limited storage.

    There are three main cloud service models

    • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).
      Cloud infrastructure services, known as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), are made of highly scalable and automated compute resources. IaaS is fully self-service for accessing and monitoring things like compute, networking, storage, and other services, and it allows businesses to purchase resources on-demand and as-needed

    • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
      Cloud platform services, or Platform as a Service (PaaS), provide cloud components to certain software while being used mainly for applications. PaaS provides a framework for developers that they can build upon and use to create customized applications. All servers, storage, and networking can be managed by the enterprise or a third-party provider

    • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      Software as a Service, also known as cloud application services, represent the most commonly utilized option for businesses in the cloud market. SaaS utilizes the internet to deliver applications to its users, which are managed by a third-party vendor.

    Amazon Web Services is the most popular service provider which uses all the cloud service models above.

  • Linux Help

    Thnx bro, Keep it up, waiting for the nxt part, please include amazon cloud services as well.

  • Node.js

    nice article 😃, waiting for. next part