Amazon Web Services
Tuesday July 25, 2017
What is Amazon Web Services?
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a wide-ranging, evolving cloud computing system developed by Amazon.com. Web services are also called cloud services or “remote computing services.” The first AWS programs were introduced in 2006 to in order to provide amenities for websites and applications for clients.
What are the Benefits of AWS?
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is easy to use, cost effective and secure. AWS enables you to select the operating system, programming language, web application platform, database, and other services you need. With Amazon Web Services, you receive an online environment that allows you to upload load the software and services your application requires. Also, you only pay for computing power, storage and other resources you use, without the hassle of long-term contracts or initial commitments. Lastly, Amazon Web Services utilizes an “end-to-end” approach, meaning, it will secure your infrastructure, including physical, operational, and software.
The Arbour Advantage
Our compliance approach supports the customer’s decision to select a cloud-based software application by ensuring a high level of compliance for the entire cloud ecosystem to include: Software Validation Documentation, IT Supplier Audits, Quality Agreement, Procedural Controls, and Security.
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