Digital Transformation

AWS Cloud Storage Services


Amazon Web Services, Inc. provides cloud computing services to organizations in the United States and internationally.

The company offers cloud infrastructure services, such as compute, storage and content delivery, database, and networking services; platform services that include analytics, enterprise applications, mobile services, and Internet of Things; and developer tools, management tools, security and identity services, and application services.

It provides cloud solutions for Websites, backup and recovery, archiving, disaster recovery, development and test, big data, financial services, high performance computing, digital marketing, E-commerce, media and entertainment, mobile services, Internet of things, enterprise IT, business applications, content delivery, health, gaming, databases, scientific computing.

Cloud storage is a critical component of cloud computing, holding the information used by applications. Big data analytics, data warehouses, Internet of Things, databases, and backup and archive applications all rely on some form of data storage architecture.

Cloud storage is typically more reliable, scalable, and secure than traditional on-premises storage systems.

AWS offers a complete range of cloud storage services to support both application and archival compliance requirements.

Select from object, file, and block storage services as well as cloud data migration options to start designing the foundation of your cloud IT environment.

Amazon Elastic Block Storage

(Amazon EBS)
Persistent local storage for Amazon EC2, for relational and NoSQL databases, data warehousing, enterprise applications, Big Data processing, or backup and recovery.

Amazon Elastic File System

(Amazon EFS)
A file system interface and file system access semantics to make data available to one or more EC2 instances, for content serving, enterprise applications, media processing workflows, Big Data storage or backup and recovery.

Amazon Simple Storage Service

(Amazon S3)
A scalable, durable platform to make data accessible from any Internet location, for user-generated content, active archive, serverless computing, Big Data storage or backup and recovery.
Highly affordable long-term storage that can replace tape for archive and regulatory compliance

Amazon Glacier

AWS Storage Gateway
A hybrid storage cloud augmenting your on-premises environment with Amazon cloud storage, for bursting, tiering or migration

Cloud Data Migration Services

A portfolio of services to help simplify and accelerate moving data of all types and sizes into and out of the AWS cloud

Amazon Web Services, Inc. has a strategic alliance with VMware.

The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

It has locations in Oregon, California, Virginia, Sao Paulo, Dublin, Frankfurt, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo.

Amazon Web Services, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of, Inc.