Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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Launched in 2006, Amazon Web Services (AWS) began exposing key infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services -- now widely known as cloud computing. The ultimate benefit of cloud computing, and AWS, is the ability to leverage a new business model and turn capital infrastructure expenses into variable costs. Businesses no longer need to plan and procure servers and other IT resources weeks or months in advance. Using AWS, businesses can take advantage of Amazon's expertise and economies of scale to access resources when their business needs them, delivering results faster and at a lower cost. Today, Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world. With data center locations in the U.S., Europe, Singapore, and Japan, customers across all industries are taking advantage of our low cost, elastic, open and flexible, secure platform.

Headquarters:
United States

Information Technology & Services

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Julie Cleeland Nicholls
Director Of Communications, Asia at Amazon Web Services
Ravi Bagal
Head, Worldwide Business Development - Consumer Industries at Amazon Web Services
Larry Heathcote
Head of Product Marketing for AWS Data Warehousing and Analytics at Amazon Web Services
Davis Aites
Principal Solutions Architect, Global Public Sector at Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Michael Moen
Hardware Development Engineer at Amazon Web Services
Soon Keun Kim
Technical Account Manager at Amazon Web Services
Elias Theocharis
Software Development Manager (EC2) at Amazon Web Services
Geries AbouAyash
Solution Architects Leader, West Segment at Amazon Web Services
Peter Jedrey
Principal Strategy Manager at Amazon Web Services
Iolaire McKinnon
Senior Consultant - Security, Risk & Compliance at Amazon Web Services

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