AWS the worlds most comprehensive cloud platform

Most functionality - AWS has considerably more services and features within those services than any other cloud provider. This ranges from infrastructure technology like compute storage and databases to the latest technologies such as machine learning, AI and the Internet of Things. This allows it to be easier, faster and more cost effective to move existing applications to the cloud and create almost anything.Largest community of customers and partners - AWS has a large and dynamic community, with millions of active customers and tens of thousands of partners globally. Customers from every industry and of all sizes are running every imaginable use case on AWS.Most secure - AWS is designed to be the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment today. Its core infrastructure is designed to meet the requirements for the military, global banks and other high-sensitive organisations. AWS supports 90 security standards and compliance certifications, as well as 117 AWS services that store customer data and provide the ability to encrypt that data.Fastest pace of innovation - Through AWS, it can allow the latest state-of-the-art technologies to experiment and innovate more efficiently. AWS is continuously increasing its pace of innovation to invent new technologies to empower businesses to transform their operations. In 2014, AWS created the serverless computing space with the launch of AWS Lambda, which enables developers to run their code without managing servers.Most proven operational expertise - AWS has unrivalled experience, know-how, reliability, security and performance. AWS has been providing cloud services to millions of customers worldwide through a variety of use cases.

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As organizations shift workloads from on-premises data centers to multiple public cloud platforms they are met with the challenge of securing a sprawling cloud environment. Check out the eBook, "Best Practices for Building a Hybrid Cloud Security Strategy," as it outlines five core principles for hybrid-cloud Exposure Management

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