Maximize economic advantages by migrating to AWS Cloud Infrastructure
Analyst firm, Enterprise Strategy Group, validated that organizations reduced compute, networking, and storage costs by up to 66% by migrating on-premises workloads to AWS Cloud Infrastructure.
Make resources available in minutes, not weeks. Speed time to market, avoid complex capacity planning, and reduce over-provisioning with just a few clicks.
Minimize your total cost of ownership (TCO) with managed services that eliminate infrastructure maintenance. Optimize your storage costs based on how frequently and quickly you need to access your data.
Safeguard your data with unmatched security and storage designed for 99.999999999 (11 9s) of durability and multi Availability Zone resilience. Keep data available to your applications with data resilience provided through options from granular restore to recovery across AWS and on-premises environments.
Choose from a variety of tools to get more from your data and accelerate new product and service delivery. Run big data analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), high-performance computing (HPC), and media processing applications on all your cloud data.
AWS storage services
Object, file, and block storage
Hybrid cloud storage and edge computing
Managed file transfer
Disaster recovery and backup
Storage use cases
Migrate applications to AWS
Build data lakes
Modernize application development
Backup to AWS storage
Archive to the cloud
Process data at disconnected edge locations
"With Lyft running on AWS since 2012, we take advantage of the extensive cloud infrastructure to support our exponential growth and support our goal of improving people’s lives with the world's best transportation. Teams across the company use thousands of machines on Amazon EC2 and petabytes of data stored in Amazon S3 to ensure our users have the best experience possible."
- Chris Lambert
Snap optimizes cost savings while storing 2 exabytes of data, over 1.5 trillion photos and videos, on Amazon S3 Glacier Instant Retrieval.
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Nasdaq used Amazon S3 to build a data lake, allowing them to ingest 70 billion records per day. Nasdaq now loads financial market data five hours faster and runs Amazon Redshift queries 32 percent faster.
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Discover Financial used Amazon EFS to build its data science collaboration platform and archives long-term data to Amazon S3 Glacier. Discover cut storage costs by 50 percent and reduced access times for analytics tools from weeks to hours.
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Equifax moved its Oracle application suite to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and Amazon EBS, increasing processing performance by 300 percent. AWS gave Equifax the flexibility and scalability to conduct business globally, ensuring reliable application delivery in multiple countries across the globe.
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