The AWS Free Tier let's users explore more than 100 products to start building on AWS, including offers that are always free, 12 months free, and shorter-term free trials.
AWS offers a complete range of services for you to store, access, govern, and analyze your data to reduce costs, increase agility, and accelerate innovation.
Durability and Scalability
The Amazon S3 Glacier and S3 Glacier Deep Archive storage classes run on the world’s largest global cloud infrastructure, and were designed for 99.999999999% of durability. Data is automatically distributed across a minimum of three physical Availability Zones that are geographically separated within an AWS Region.
Backup and Recovery
AWS can be utilized as an effective resource for backing up cloud-based workloads. Data can
be securely imported into Amazon S3 or Amazon Glacier, which are generally much more cost effective storage targets than on-premises storage arrays.
AWS offers scalable solutions to let you pay only for what you use. There is no need to provision storage in advance and there are no minimum commitments or up-front fees with Amazon EFS.
Free Product Offers
Deploy cloud storage solutions using these product offers from the AWS Free Tier
Learn more about AWS Cloud Storage
Browse through our collection of videos and tutorials to deepen your knowledge and experience with AWS
Introduction to Amazon S3
Deep Dive on Amazon Glacier
Introducing AWS Storage Gateway
Introduction to Amazon CloudFront & Lambda@Edge
Start with these free and simple tutorials to explore AWS cloud storage services
Store and Retrieve a File with Amazon S3
This step-by-step tutorial will help you store your files in the cloud using Amazon Simple Storage Solution (S3). Amazon S3 is a service that enables you to store your data (referred to as objects) at massive scale. In this tutorial, you will create an Amazon S3 bucket, upload a file, retrieve the file and delete the file.
Create a Network File System with Amazon EFS
In this 10-Minute Tutorial, you will store your files in the cloud using Amazon EFS. You will create an Amazon EFS file system, launch a Linux virtual machine on Amazon EC2, mount the file system, create a file, terminate the instance, and delete the file system.
Deliver Content Faster with Amazon CloudFront
In this tutorial, you will learn how to deliver content and decrease end-user latency of your web application using Amazon CloudFront. In the following steps, you will configure an Amazon S3 bucket as the origin and test your distribution using a web browser to ensure that your content is being delivered.
Batch upload files to the cloud with Amazon S3 and AWS CLI
In this tutorial we are going to help you use the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) to access Amazon S3. We will do this so you can easily build your own scripts for backing up your files to the cloud and easily retrieve them as needed. This will make automating your backup process faster, more reliable, and more programmatic. You can use this information to build a scheduled task (or cron job) to handle your backup operations.