AWS Upgrades: Whats new along with The Amazon.com(NASDAQ:AMZN) Web Services DatabaseABC6 #Web_ServicesJune 19, 2019
Amazon Web Services database (AWS) is extraordinarily popular, with 80% of enterprises considering AWS as their favorite cloud-based service.
At the beginning of 2019, AWS created a brand new backup service: AWS Backup.
One of the most notable features of the update is its ability to work with third-party products.
Users can now run backups throughout all of AWS including Amazon RDS, Amazon EBS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon EFS, as well as AWS Storage Gateway.
Amazon Timestream comes in handy for DevOps looking for real-time performance data for their application.
Amazon Textract was another groundbreaking announcement during 2018’s re:Invent AWS.
This program gives businesses all the tools they need in order to plan, test, and set up robotic applications.
Before AWS RoboMaker, there was no efficient way to develop robots for a company’s needs.
The process was just too costly for many businesses, but AWS RoboMaker makes it much more cost-effective.
While it’s true that AWS has one of the most popular cloud-based services, how do you know if it’s the right one for your business?