Amazon Web Services (AWS) is on the rise, with over one million active users across 190 countries, according to Visual Capitalist. After quietly launching cloud computing services in 2006, AWS now dominates the public cloud market, accounting for 41.5% of it. That’s greater than Microsoft, Google, Rackspace, and IBM combined. If you’re thinking about migrating workloads to AWS, there are several things to consider. These include the benefits of AWS, potential AWS migration challenges, best practices, and mistakes to avoid. Continue reading for the AWS lowdown.
Let’s take a look at cloud computing examples, discuss how you can benefit from migrating to cloud computing, as well as talk about the possible pitfalls it might involve.