Amazon AWS Valuable Features
We use the AI/ML Sagemaker to help us build models.
They're pretty good about taking customer feedback and are generally able to productize the requested feature.
The initial setup is straightforward, especially if using Lightsail to start.
The solution scales very nicely.
The stability is good with a large number of Availability Zones WW.
Technical support is helpful and responsive but you must pay for a tiered support plan to ensure response.View full review »
The AWS feature that I most enjoy is Lambda functions. I primarily use serverless components because they allow you to process things without having to compromise on resources like when running EC2 instances or virtual machines. With minimal effort, you can scale up an unlimited number of processes, even concurrently, to process things. I frequently work with web APIs, so I use Lambda a lot in this area.
Data Scientist at iOCO
The security has great IAM, roles, and carefully partitioned permissions that allow us to fine-tune control across our applications. External intrusion attempts will never get past application boundaries, which increases trust.
The composition of apps has everything wrapped according to function and applications. We can assemble services as we go. This speeds delivery times by orders of magnitude.
The price forecasting and billing dashboard by service, with billing budgets and alerts, have helped us shut down resources that were accruing costs that we no longer needed, saving us money.View full review »
Lead Architect - Expert Enterprise Data Solutions at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The solution's API Gateway is very good.
The storage on offer is excellent.
Recently they improved a lot in the analytics that they have on the backend.
It's great that the product is completely serverless.
The implementation for end-to-end, for Lambda serverless implementation, is excellent. I do run about 16 million messages per day with their Lambdas, for my API microservices.
The initial setup is not difficult.View full review »
Manager, Technology at a computer software company with 201-500 employees
Amazon is easy to upgrade, easy to expand storage and change your EC2 types. Each of those things usually takes at most five minutes to do, whereas on a legacy system you have to actually buy a new system or new hardware and have downtime for installation. Even then it may not be configured the same way and you might end up with a widespread outage. The advantage of using AWS is that all the testing's been done so you have proof that it works. We still do a cursory check, but they don't put anything out there that hasn't been vetted. Plus all the Atlassian tools are on AWS as well. The cloud instances they provide have a very robust network because there are over 160,000 companies that use the tools. Backups are really easy to access as are the automated backups of the VMs and the volumes. We're able to create a new volume from a backup in about two minutes, attach it to the server and view the data side by side to compare the old to the new. It takes 10 minutes total to get all the access needed.
I've had very positive experiences with AWS and it's gotten a lot better over time with their improved interfaces. Everything's all interconnected now and within its own framework. We pull in other tools to the OS such as Docker but AWS provides tools like Yum that enable quick installation of things. It's typically part of the OS.View full review »
Director of Platform and Information Security at a computer software company with 1-10 employees
AWS is a cloud platform. There are hundreds of tools within it. The cloud handles the updates so we never have to worry about looking for the latest version of the solution.
The solution offers a low footprint. We don't have to come up with a data center ourselves. We basically don't have to own any hardware. We just rent a slice of their platform and we have everything we need.View full review »
Cloud Architect at a legal firm with 10,001+ employees
The flexibility of the solution is excellent.
The ease of use is great. You can bring something up very easily and tear it back down just as easily.
Our first system is about to be released. It's our flagship and it's going really well.
The solution scales up extremely well.
They're spinning up and going faster. Anything and everything would you ask for in terms of your feedback they take back and build it and the next thing you know the feature you wanted is available.
The product has a lot of new functionality.View full review »
Technical Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The reason I like AWS is that they have a large market share and a large presence. When it comes to our use case, a big positive is that MuleSoft and AWS are working together very well. So instead of competing against each other, they're meshing together.View full review »
Software Engineer at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
This solution offers a very detailed dashboard that has some metrics, such as performance and budget. You can find all the documentation on how to do almost anything. It supports multiple services where you can use Linux. Depending on your use case, you can also manage the allocations, for example, your hard drive and memory.
Additionally, the solution is user-friendly, has intuitive dashboards, and plenty of graphs and charts available.View full review »
PKI Policies Manager at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
I especially like the flexibility and scalability of the solution. It is totally scalable.View full review »
President at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
It's been a while since I've looked at the AWS model, however, just at a high level, of course, being able to build a microservice architecture, that's the heart of modern retail. That's where they have to go. COVID has driven everybody to realize that's what you got to do. That's one of the key components of AWS. The cloud piece is a nice supporting concept and it's necessary to make the microservices features work and make the whole architecture really agile. That's a critical component of it as well.
Of course, being able to figure out how you want to coordinate services - that whole service management piece - is critical. You could have thousands of services and I'm pretty sure you'd just be overwhelmed due to the fact that you've lost track of everything and you're back to the way things were when you had the big monolithic models.
The stability is excellent.
The solution has good speed. It's very fast.
The execution is fantastic.View full review »
We have been using the data ingestion.
There are native tools which are AWS Glue, which we are using for data integration.
We also use the Spark and Python-based integration which are both very good.
The solution has very good Lambda functions within AWS.
The solution is very stable.
The scalability is excellent.
We've found the initial setup to be quite simple and straightforward.
Technical support is pretty good.View full review »
Senior Devops at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
One feature I find most valuable is the easy deployment by using the channel model for serverless architecture. Another feature I find valuable is the versatility of the service S3 because it allows you to give permissions to describe the users from their own accounts, from external users, or external accounts.View full review »
Apart from the infrastructure as a service, the AWS Lambda, which functions as the service FaaS, is really powerful.
It's a powerful way of quickly assembling or developing applications, which can be scaled immensely and also at a fraction of the cost because you are charged per the execution time of each function. If you are writing a small function as an AWS Lambda function, then you are paying only for those milliseconds for the time at which it runs.
It's a very cost-efficient way of running applications in the cloud rather than running an EC2-compute instance, which is charged by the hour or by the minute. You typically have to keep the EC2 instance updating all of the time. Whereas in functions, a function is invoked only when a user is calling it. Or, the front-end is calling the backend function. Lambda is very powerful and it is also typically used as a mobile backend. Essentially, it's a very strong API-based backend for mobile solutions.
It has many choices of computer options, storage options, and even database options.
It's flexible, you can run any kind of workload on the infrastructure.View full review »
The features that I have found most valuable are their compute and their Relational Database Service.View full review »
CTO with 11-50 employees
So far, the stability is the solution's most valuable aspect. It's one of its great selling features.
The performance of AWS is excellent.
The cost-effectiveness is something we appreciate. It isn't too expensive for us to leverage AWS.View full review »
The most valuable feature is the availability, as we work in different availability zones.
It has been easy to use, and the tools included are quite friendly.
The reliability and ease of use are the benefits.
Co-Founder at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
We like how the scalability is kind of built-in. It has a dynamic scaling capacity which is very helpful.
The dashboard allows us to configure the amount of storage we might need — It's sort of predictive. It predicts the kind of consumption that we are anticipating, which is a very helpful feature. These are some of the things that we gravitate to.
They're pretty economical as well, regarding bite and gigabytes storage. They have a very economical approach compared to other storage services.
The ease of use is the solution's most valuable aspect for us at this point.
You can manage everything from the console, which is very convenient.
The high level of technology of the database services being served to the customers is impressive.
The security is excellent. We feel very protected by the solution.
The solution is very easy to set up.
The product is highly scalable.
There is very good documentation available to users for troubleshooting, et cetera.
Systems Architect at a educational organization with 1,001-5,000 employees
We've built several AI ML solutions and done lots of work on the GPUs available on Amazon servers. We did a lot of work around web spidering, natural language processing, and machine learning or deep learning workloads.View full review »
Senior Software Consultant at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
We pretty much like everything and we are excited about the seamless capability the EC2 service is offering.
We are mainly using VPC, EC2 instances, a bit of S3 and NAT Gateways, and NAT Instances.View full review »
We are mostly using EC2 compute and other resources. Most of our managed services are in AWS, which some of our clients prefer.View full review »
The features with Amazon AWS that I have found most valuable are its flexibility and high availability. These are the most important and attractive points for me.View full review »
Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
My experience with AWS has been good. AWS is a good vehicle to get your business started without too much of an upfront investment.
I like the flexibility of this solution. It's quick ramp up, ramp down, being able to provide the resources at a click of a button.
If you wanted to try a new solution or try it out for a Proof of Concept then provisioning the EC2 and the S3 buckets is very quick.
In addition to that, the sums of scaling operations.
The dashboard is very easy to use.
Its real-time support is pretty good.View full review »
I value the automation and the stability of this product. Whether it is S3, EC2, the LSG, ASG, for us it's all good to implement.
Chief Technology Officer at a computer software company with 501-1,000 employees
Glacier is one of the solution's most valuable features.
The initial setup is straightforward.View full review »
Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company with 5,001-10,000 employees
One of the most valuable things about it, besides the stability, is that you can forget about infrastructure because you're just doing it on AWS. I remember the times before AWS and other cloud solutions existed, and it was a huge pain to get real hardware, put it inside, configure everything, report everything, and do a scale. It was very, very difficult compared to how it is now. Not even just AWS, but what all these cloud providers are doing, I would say, is a huge advancement in technology.View full review »
Amazon, in terms of cloud infrastructure, is really robust.
The product is scalable.
They provide cutting-edge features compared to other cloud vendors.
They offer many services that are unique to AWS.
The availability is a good feature. They have certain criteria. For global virtualization, if you want to scale and operate across the world, AWS can provide the infrastructure without limiting the performance. They have those provisions such as availability.
In terms of latency and other things, AWS is great.
The online knowledge base is very helpful and has a vast amount of information for users.View full review »
Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The features that I have found most valuable are its cloud storage and compute services.View full review »
Every aspect of the product is excellent. We have no complaints.
The reporting aspects of the solution are excellent.
The documentation that is on offer is very good.
The initial setup isn't too complex. A company shouldn't have any problems implementing the solution.
The stability is very, very reliable.
The payment structure is very good.
The scalability is excellent. There aren't really any limitationsView full review »
Using AWS is really helpful for saving costs. We used to have to budget a lot for hardware costs, but now we have EC2 instances that are based on the requirements. For example, if you want one CPU then the cost is based on that, whereas if you require more, then it is automatically included.View full review »
Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 10,001+ employees
The product is very easy to use. It's flexible.
It's the leading cloud platform in the world, and it has a very wide variety of services.
The product has a very good ecosystem of its own.
The product has proven itself to be very stable.
The scalability of the product is great.
Technical support is quite helpful.View full review »
Digital Services- Cloud Solutions Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable thing about AWS is its ease of use and agility. You can quickly deploy it, and there are no upfront costs.View full review »
Cloud Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the backup ability. Most people are used to one type of backup solution that they're using, but most of these solutions have features that make it difficult to transfer to the cloud. I know that Veeam now gives people the opportunity to backup some on-premises solutions to the cloud. This feature is something that a lot of people are looking for.View full review »
Cloud Solution Manager
This solution is used as the basic requirement for any virtual machines use cases, the storage is used for each use case.View full review »
Software Developer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It offers a lot of tools, which we leverage.
At the moment I'm using Lambda service and also AC2 machines - as a platform as a service and infrastructure as a service.
The pricing model is good. It's pay-as-you-go. You only pay for what you use.
The solution offers a lot of very helpful documentation. There's also a great community that surrounds it that is quite helpful if you have questions or want to learn something.View full review »
VP at a computer software company with 201-500 employees
The most valuable feature is scalability, as it is very easy to scale.View full review »
Director, Tools Engineering & Security, Data Platform
It's a suite of services. There is no one thing that you can pinpoint and say that this is the most valuable.
AWS definitely works for us.View full review »
Co-Founder at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
One of the most valuable features is that Amazon AWS has a lot of data centers and regions where we can position our virtual machines for leverage. Amazon AWS is also easy to use. You can quickly spin up something, use Explorer, building proofs of concept, things like that. Once the proof of concept is built once and we know how things are going to look from a production perspective, we try to move everything to the data centers. These features and the ease of use are the main reasons why we use AWS.View full review »
It is easy to use.
It has many features that we use.
It integrates well.
They upgrade a lot of applications.View full review »
Senior Manager, Engineering at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
One of the features offered is scalability on demand.
It's user-friendly.View full review »
The dashboard is very good.
The solution in general is user-friendly and easy to navigate.
The product as a whole is very intuitive.
The initial setup was quite easy.
The product is reliable and quite stable.
The solution is fine for static hosting.View full review »
Associate Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
This is a highly available solution with a good API.
The documentation is very good.View full review »
It's easy to manage. We can use a wide range of technologies with AWS.View full review »
Amazon AWS is easy to use.
It scales well and is flexible.
When compared to Google Cloud Platform or Microsoft Azure, it has almost all of the features.View full review »
Manager, Enterprise Infrastructure at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The maturity that the solution offers is its most valuable aspect. It was one of the first solutions to market and has a long track record. It's very mature in terms of product delivery.
It is very stable.
The scalability is great.
In terms of features, it's very feature-rich and it's got a good ecosystem from third-party vendors as well in terms of those that partner up with them for offering their services on Amazon.
The security is good. Due to the fact that it's on the cloud, you can build your own security to meet your needs. It's enriched with great security features and capabilities. You just need to know how to run them.
Technical support is quite helpful.View full review »
Associate Vice President at a computer software company with 501-1,000 employees
Amazon AWS has improved a lot on security and is very good. Additionally, You can integrate your own security into their AWS platform.
The reporting and analytics monitoring are very good features and we are using them extensively.View full review »
Sr Solution Architect at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
The experience with Amazon AWS is error-free. That was also, of course, something that I really appreciate. That means it's really well-tested and, as published or as declared. So it works as-is. I think the interfaces are really quite usable and something that I think is user friendly.View full review »
Digital Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The solution is very good at analyzing data services.
The initial setup is easy. The deployment is fast.
We really enjoy working on something that is based in the cloud. It makes things easier.View full review »
Lecturer and Researcher at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution is very stable. Its reliability is great.
We've found the product to be very easy to use.
The solution is scalable.
The installation process is very simple.
Technical support is very good.View full review »
The solution has very good documentation.
The initial setup is simple and straightforward.
The solution is scalable.
The stability has been good.
We have found the technical support to be helpful and responsive.View full review »
Integration Architect at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
I like AWS for its scalability, reliability, and availability, and it's much more mature and user-friendly compared to some other cloud providers. The learning curve and time for deployment are also shorter.View full review »
Director of Technology at a energy/utilities company with 51-200 employees
It's a flexible solution.View full review »
Lead architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
Amazon AWS is easy to use and in the past two years, I've never had any issues with scalability or stability.View full review »
Assistant General Manager, Information Technology & Infrastructure at a real estate/law firm with 10,001+ employees
It is quite easy to provision new virtual services for our use. The procedures are quite straightforward and simple as compared to other competitors, such as Microsoft or Huawei. This is what we are happy about with Amazon AWS.
It is pretty mature in terms of the availability of most of the infrastructure components. If you want to deploy a server on your platform, everything is already there in terms of the operating system, network components, securities, and data encryption. It is also quite scalable and stable.View full review »
The most valuable features are CodePipeline, CodeDeploy, CodeBuild, and CodeCommit. We use them to deliver our solution.
The services that we are using have frequent updates, at least twice a year. They provide a new version that has more capabilities or features that fit our process and procedures.
I am an integration specialist and Amazon AWS always seems to be a step ahead of the competition when it comes to the solutions integration abilities with its services.
EventBridge is a tool provided by AWS and it enables integration with the API gateway. We are using it as a solution to our projects and with our clients to integrate with external features, such as B2B or B2C. The Amazon API gateway integrates with EventBridge and other messaging layers. It is a highly integrated solution with those platforms.View full review »
CTO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The solution is very easy to install. In a few clicks, you get what you need.
The solution is stable.
The scalability is very good.
Technical support is helpful and responsive.
The initial setup is easy.View full review »
Consultant at a educational organization with 11-50 employees
The solution offers easy provisioning and scaling on the fly.
The performance is great.
Everything is very clear and there are no complex procedures to follow. it's a very easy-to-use solution.
The integration is very good. Integrating anything with it is easy to do.View full review »
Macie is great. It is a service that makes recommendations on a data layer for cybersecurity. It is a great service.
Its elasticity is good, and I haven't come across any problems with it. So far, everything has been good.View full review »
Founder at a computer software company with 11-50 employees
The solution is very easy to use.
The stability of the product is great.
We have found the scalability to be very good.
The pricing aspect of the product is pretty reasonable. It's not overly expensive.
Installing the solution isn't a difficult process. It's easy.View full review »
Staff Engineer at Commonwealth Bank
There are a lot of features that I really like including ease of deployment, ease of build and release, and also that it is heavily focused on a PaaS or SaaS model. All I have to worry about is my application and not about the infrastructure.View full review »
Senior Architect, Technology Transformation Group at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The solution is very easy to use.
The product is nice and stable. Its performance is great.
The technical support has been good.View full review »
Product Owner for AWS and DevOps at Sunlight Financial
I like the IAM, the directory, and the storage.View full review »
GM COE at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
The solution has been stable.
The solution can scale well.
Implementing the solution is very simple.View full review »
Vice President at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I like that it's easy to use.View full review »
Regional Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We've been using EasyTune for elastic computing and it has been very helpful. It's the feature we're using the most right now.
In general, the solution works quite well.
The product is very easy to set up.
The stability of the solution is very good.
The solution scales well.
Overall, the solution is quite complete. There aren't any missing features.View full review »
It is highly available and on-demand. So, you can scale up and scale down whenever required.
Another thing that really attracts us is the pricing, which is based on the actual consumption of resources, and that's what really helps us.View full review »
The main feature that I like the most is the variety of solutions that it provides. It provides some analysis, business information and more. It provides a wide variety of services.
I'm not the developer, so I cannot judge the services provided by AWS, but we run our mobile banking application on AWS. Database-wise, it's heavily based on Elasticsearch, so this is probably one of the main features that we find most valuable. Aside from that, I'm not familiar with which AWS services we are using.View full review »
If there are issues, I come and check on them, however, I rarely use the solution, which suggests it's pretty problem-free. It works pretty seamlessly.
The initial setup is very straightforward and I didn't have any issues with configuring the solution.
The solution can scale quite well.
Technical support is pretty decent so far.View full review »
CTO & Product at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
I'm happy with the solution.
It's very easy to use.
The stability and performance are great.
The scalability of the product is great.
Technical support has been great.View full review »
The most valuable feature is that it is simple. We don't use complex services for our small business customers.View full review »
We use AWS in-built services like EC2, ECS, Lambda services, CloudTrail, CloudWatch, etc. AWS is a very big platform that provides a lot of services.
The main reason why we use EC2 is because we are not dependent on maintaining the hardware inside our premises. Also, we have full control over the infrastructure, and we can modify it as per our own requirements.
It is stable and scalable as well.
Installation is quite easy.View full review »
The most valuable features are load balancers, databases, and S3 buckets.View full review »
I like that the products are specific and objective. We can resolve a problem using a simple configuration. It's so easy to implement a solution and solve a problem using AWS solutions. AWS has a lot of specific solutions for different use cases. I think that this is the most important thing that made us consider using AWS.
Technical Solution Architect
The functionality and the UI are both very straightforward.
The initial setup is straightforward.
The stability is good.
Technical support is quick to assist.View full review »
This is a great cloud platform and scalability is an outstanding feature. It's very useful.View full review »
The scalability of the product is the solution's most valuable feature. It expands very, very easily.
I don't have any complaints about the configuration capabilities or the interface.
The pricing seems to be good.View full review »
Cloud Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It isn't easy to choose a feature as it all depends. For example, there might be a feature for a specific use case. Amazon has many use cases and many deployment types. But overall, Amazon AWS is user-friendly and intuitive. It's also quite secure. The interface is okay and integrates well with other products.
Director Of Sales Marketing at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
Amazon AWS has many merits, in terms of scalability, stability, and availability. I have loved using this tool.View full review »
Regional Business Manager - North Latam - Public Sector - Amazon Web Services (AWS) at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I think machine learning is one of the most used and most valuable services, especially in scientific research. The solution is evolving all the time.
Senior Vice President Information Technology at a comms service provider with 11-50 employees
The product offers a lot of functionality.
Our vendor who provides us a specific core application uses AWS and it's just simple for us if we use it too.
The initial setup is straightforward.
The solution has been issue-free. It's very stable and the performance is good.View full review »
I like the storage, all the codes like Lambda and Amazon EMR.View full review »
Corporate IT Applications Manager at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
We have not had any problems at all.
In the 4 years that we have been using IaaS services from Amazon, we have not had any issues.
It's a great IaaS cloud. They are the leaders. No cloud provider can match Amazon right now.
Other providers are improving year over year, but Amazon is still ahead at least two years.View full review »
Some of the valuable features I have found to be the virtual server is easy to understand, a secure environment, and AWS has a fast community for finding solutions to problems you might be facing.
Arquiteto de Soluções at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Senior Researcher at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
The features I have found most valuable are S3 buckets and Lambda services.View full review »
AWS's containerization is the most useful feature for us.View full review »
Founder & Solution Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It is intuitive, easy to deploy, and rather quick to deploy and set up. There are a number of native services in the ecosystem. These services are built into the cloud and are mature enough to support you in many ways.
It is relatively secure and definitely reliable for uptime.View full review »
CTO at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
Amazon is a really good solution with high performance. They offer more connectors than some of their competitors, such as Microsoft Azure.View full review »
Senior Field Application Engineer at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
They are enterprising and pretty good in terms of features. It has good security. Its availability is also pretty good. It is available everywhere in the world.
It has pretty good integrations, and it is working well. They have done a lot of improvements, and its UI has improved a lot.View full review »
Sr. Technology Specialist at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
I like many features, like the recently released useful analytics features. There are many from the data analytics or database side.View full review »
Technical Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is enough for us in terms of features. We don't have too many transactions, and it is sufficient for our current needs.View full review »
Almost everything is good. It is a whole ecosystem. It is not only the storage, computing, or networking. It is interesting in the way all things are combined to form this ecosystem. It is a very well-built and logical ecosystem that has some small building blocks. These building blocks can be used in the right way to build a much bigger ecosystem that is robust, secure, scalable.View full review »
CEO at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
In terms of features, I would rate it a nine.
This is a product that is easy to use and highly available. The availability is good, you can get any service you need immediately.View full review »
DevOps Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
I like ETL, the EC2 platform, and Route 53. These features are a great complement to the basic infrastructure of any company. The AWS platform has many features, but the fundamental cloud infrastructure is the most important.View full review »
Technical Account Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
It is easy to spin up resources.View full review »
The compute and the elasticness of the compute is really great. Whenever there's a load, it automatically adds the servers and then reduces the servers based on the configuration. This is really wonderful, more cost-effective, and it's been really good for us.View full review »
VP Technology at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We like the on-demand pricing.
The ease of use is the biggest benefit.
They deliver in terms of features.View full review »
The most valuable features I have found are the Database Migration Service (DMS) for monitoring the host and routing, Route 53, and EC2 tools. The DMS is not available in any other solution that I am aware of. They have a very flexible and professional solution.View full review »
The scalability of the product is excellent.
The solution is pretty mature.View full review »
Audit Manager at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
I like that it helps us do everything really fast, and its advanced services.View full review »
Director - Technology Operations at a educational organization with 10,001+ employees
Amazon AWS contains a lot of helpful services.View full review »
I think Amazon AWS is easy to use, and it's a good service. I also like Amazon EKS because it's good.View full review »
Senior Manager IT at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The cloud-based infrastructure has several good products that people normally use.View full review »
AWS is easier to implement than other solutions, and it's more reliable.View full review »
Amazon AWS is good in terms of deployment and user experience. Their certificate management and load balancer are also good features.View full review »
Content Writer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It has a lot of features to keep up with.
It has good reporting and documentation.View full review »
Devops engineer with 1-10 employees
I like that is very easy to use and that it's flexible.View full review »
The solution has a vast array of features and services. It offers many upgrades.View full review »
Director at HALL MARK GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES
Utilities WAM consultant at a energy/utilities company with 201-500 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is the S3.View full review »
Technical and Solutions Executive at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
I like that all of the features are complimentary. I use all of the features together.
It's very user-friendly.
There is nothing that needs changing.View full review »
I think the AWS interface is good. It's easy to understand and use.View full review »
Director at a consultancy with 11-50 employees
It is very easy to set up. It is also easy to use.
It has a lot of services and integrations. We've been able to integrate whatever we need until now.View full review »
Data Science Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
There are many valuable features, I find the EMR in the platform easy to use and to learn. The main services that are offered and used most often are easy to use.View full review »
Broadcast System Manager at a media company with 501-1,000 employees
This solution is very easy to use and it has a professional interface. It's easy to access and is secure, two important features.View full review »
IT Staff Manager at a hospitality company with 51-200 employees
The capacity to grow dynamically based on our needs is most valuable. We can increase resources dynamically. It is also very reliable and fast to implement.View full review »
Founder & Chief Operating Officer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
It's very easy to use.View full review »
SAP Platform Security Consulting at a security firm with 1-10 employees
The best features are flexibility and cost.View full review »
Project Specialist at integra software
It is flexible. It is quite comfortable to use for organizations.View full review »
Sr. System Architect at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The storage is most valuable. The gateway and documentation are also quite good.View full review »
Senior Solutions Specialist (Network & Security) at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
Everything is good.
It is easy to use.
The performance is good.
It's also very economical.View full review »
Coordinator / Specialist Database Management at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
The services on offer are good.
I use the RDS a lot.
I've recently implemented more systems on Amazon. They integrate well with various other solutions.
Managing databases, and moving them from on-premises to the cloud is easy.
CTO at a construction company with 11-50 employees
The most important feature is deploying our production in multi-data regions around the world.View full review »
Microsoft 365 Technical Solution Architect at a marketing services firm with self employed
Assistant Manager at a comms service provider with 5,001-10,000 employees
I have found the trusted advisor tool works well, we are using it to get some insight into the security status and the processing of the applications. Additionally, the portal for management has clear well-written documentation.View full review »
Technical Content Writer at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
AWS has many integrations and plenty of tools available for anyone to take advantage of. There are new features being added all the time.View full review »
Customer Success Manager - Architect: Cloud and Data Platform at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The cost of Amazon AWS is similar to Azure and has the same value. It is a user friendly solution.View full review »
Head of ICT Infrastructure at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
AWS is constantly growing in features with every new version. It's a good cloud provider with excellent availability. The integration is good, and their security products are interesting. Amazon is always innovating and delivering new products to customers.View full review »
I like everything about AWS, especially the reporting.
I am happy with the dashboard.View full review »
Chief Technology Officer at a financial services firm with 11-50 employees
I like S3, load balancers, and Route 53.View full review »
Assistant Professor at a university with 51-200 employees
Amazon AWS is very user-friendly.View full review »
Sr Lead Data & Information Architect at a pharma/biotech company with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's quite stable and scalable. The price is good as well.View full review »
The most useful feature of Amazon AWS is it can be accessed from anywhere.View full review »
Database Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
There is less work for the DBAs. Everything is handled in AWS itself.View full review »
General Manager with 51-200 employees
The interface of the solution is good.View full review »
Amazon AWS has a good Redshift database.View full review »
Senior Information Technology Manager at a mining and metals company with 201-500 employees
Amazon AWS has good performance and easy management.View full review »
Amazon for DevOps is fantastic. Amazon has fast clouds, and the process and the Dev is very good.View full review »
Associate (System Planning) at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
AWS is easy to manage.View full review »
Data Analyst at a tech company with 51-200 employees
The solution works very quickly compared to the SQL Server on Tran, and we can access it from anywhere. It's very well managed.View full review »