The techno-savvy age is one where everything is online. This includes studies, office, entertainment, news, grocery, clothes, and so forth. All of our lives are surrounded by wireless signals, wires, and digits.
The question is how can we access this information whenever and wherever it is needed? You can still access the internet even if there is a major disaster at home.
Congratulations if you already know the answer! This is the most talked about topic in the technology world. Cloud Services are responsible for making this possible. Cloud services are responsible to store and provide the data and information you need.
Cloud is a cloud storage and data transmission platform that offers several virtual infrastructures for storage operation, computing, transmitting and other network-related services. Many companies offer their infrastructures and servers to individuals, organizations, and governments on a fee basis.
Cloud is a key component of any online service, whether it’s an application or a website. Servers allow users to connect to the application from anywhere in the world. The cloud also allows companies to access their data at any time of the day. This allows for 24/7 service. This is especially important for sites that may see their traffic change in the future. Clouds can be scaled, which means that cloud service providers can add servers to their existing servers as needed to manage traffic.
Cloud providers can do a lot more to manage the online environment than just those mentioned.
Let’s now get to the topic.
Popular Cloud Services
Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Microsoft Azure
Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
Digital Ocean
IBM cloud
This is a list that includes some of the most well-known Cloud service providers. There are many others.
More precisely, the toughest competition for the top is between Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
Let’s take a closer look at them.
#1. Amazon Web Services
AWS is the oldest and most established cloud service provider. It has been in business since 2006., the parent company of AWS, founded it. It has enjoyed a lot of popularity since its inception.
Amazon Web Services provides computing, storage, management and maintenance as well as analytics, development, security, IoT (Intenet of Things), etc.
Availability zones: AWS has 77 availability zones that cover 24 geographical areas around the world. They announced that they will cover 18 Availability zones and 6 regions in India and Australia, Spain, Indonesia and Switzerland.
Over the past decade, AWS has been the most trusted cloud computing service provider and has grown to be the largest. Their security assurance brand helped them grow even faster. All companies, whether they are a startup or a well-established business, want their data secure and safe. AWS does a great job in this area.
Customers: Take a look at the following list of large brands that use AWS:
The list is too long. They are known for their fast and authentic service, which has made them a top choice.
Career and Certifications: Since most big brands use their service, they need professionals to manage configurations and other management skills. AWS offers three levels of certifications. These levels are:
Foundational level: This exam covers the basics of AWS operations. After passing this exam, you will be titled Cloud Practitioner.
Associate level: This is the most advanced level of AWS system management. This level