Mission accomplished with AWS

Solve the world’s challenges with the broadest, most powerful, and deepest suite of cloud services

Today’s global environmental and humanitarian challenges are increasing in frequency, impact, and complexity. Whether it's reconnecting telecommunications after a hurricane, finding clean water sources for underserved communities, or tracking marine life for conservation efforts, public sector teams are under pressure to deliver programs to solve crises with limited resources and time. To respond, tens of thousands of intergovernmental agencies, nonprofits, and governments work with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Organizations can leverage the latest innovations in analytics, machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, and Internet of Things (IoT) to track disasters, deploy relief services in real time, improve living conditions for the vulnerable, and protect the environment for future generations. AWS also offers technical teams, partners, and AWS Promotional Credit to build and deploy response and preparedness capabilities.
AWS’s Fix This podcast series explores the ways technology is addressing the world’s most pressing issues.
The AWS Fix This podcast series explores the ways technology is addressing the world’s most pressing issues.

Mission-focused services and programs

AWS Disaster Response team

Disaster response

The AWS Disaster Response team and partner network enable organizations to use cloud services to rebuild connectivity, assess impact of natural disasters, and deploy relief efforts. Focus on the mission while AWS provisions critical data and applications, transports edge-computing hardware, and manages infrastructure. 

Machine learning

Machine learning

AWS wants to put ML in the hands of every developer so they can build smarter applications. We offer the broadest and deepest ML and AI services suite, 65+ training courses, interactive programs to develop skills in reinforcement learning and generative AI, and opportunities to consult with ML experts through the Amazon Machine Learning Solutions Lab

Critical data

Critical data

With the Registry of Open Data on AWS, customers can access 100+ no-cost datasets, analyze them, and build applications using AWS services. These datasets are provided by numerous organizations, from the Allen Institute for Brain Science to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). 

Data lakes

Data lakes

Accelerate innovation by building a data lake on AWS to ingest, store, and analyze petabytes of structured and unstructured data – at any scale. Run applications for analytics, machine learning, high-performance computing (HPC), and media-data processing to gain insights and get to results quickly. 

Commitment to sustainability

Since 2014, AWS has been working to achieve 100 percent renewable energy usage for the entire global AWS infrastructure footprint. In addition to the cost and energy savings you realize when migrating data and applications to the AWS Cloud, you also inherit the environmental benefits of energy-efficient servers and data centers. This is part of the AWS and Amazon commitment to pursuing sustainability across the entire company.

How AWS supports your mission

Global reach

Deliver innovation and disaster relief to and from anywhere around the world.

Most secure infrastructure

Designed to meet the requirements of the most data-sensitive industries.

Migration solutions for all data types and workloads

Transfer data through online channels, offline devices, and seamlessly in hybrid environments.

Broadest and deepest service suite

More than 175 services and more added every year.

How AWS is making a difference

Machine learning is making applications smarter and helping mission-oriented organizations make an impact. Learn how AWS customers are improving lives, communities, and the planet.
Thorn Helps Law Enforcement Identify Child Sex-Trafficking Victims Faster on AWS

Case studies

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It's easy to get started with Amazon Web Services. Just sign up for an AWS account or contact a government account representative to learn more.