Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a Supplementary of Amazon, which is broadly and widely spread cloud platform offering near about 165 fully-featured services from data
Below you can find an entire journey of AWS year wise.
2002: AWS platform was launched, where it consisted of few tools and services.
2003: AWS concept was publicly reformulated by Chris Pinkham and Benjamin Black via presenting a paper which described a vision for Amazon’s retail computing infrastructure.
2004: First AWS service was launched for public usage as a Simple Queue Service (SQS) a programmatic way of sending messages via web service applications which were a way to communicate over the Internet.
2004: Amazon EC2 service was developed in Cape Town, South Africa by Chris Pinkham and Benjamin Black
2006: Amazon Web Services was relaunched by combining Amazon S3 cloud storage, SQS, and EC2. It was an integrated suite of core online services.
2006: AWS founder and vice president Andy Jassy commented that Amazon S3, will allow developer to focus on their data innovation, will stop them worrying about there data storage, with regards to data safety and security and about is available on time, also with regards to its cost, maintenance and with regards to server maintenance.
data storage, with regards to data safety and security and about is available on time, also with regards to its cost, maintenance and with regards to server maintenance.
2013: To highlight expertise in cloud computing and to support industry-wide, AWS began offering a certification program for computer engineers.
2016: With huge success under the leadership of Jassy, he was promoted as a CEO of the division.
2017: Annual compensation hit nearly $36 million.
2018: AWS released 1,957 new services and features which ranked it first cloud provider to offer 100 Gbps of network bandwidth with its C5n EC2 instance types.