AWS Services: A Comprehensive Toolbox for Innovations of the Future
By choosing Amazon Web Services (AWS), you choose the leading and most popular public cloud platform. It provides over 200 services with comprehensive features, based on a global infrastructure.
From quickly growing startups to proven companies to enterprises and government agencies, many organizations trust AWS to make their business more agile, to reduce cost, and to enable more rapid innovation.
evoila provides solutions for your journey to the AWS Cloud. We serve as a competent partner for architecture, migration, management, and optimization of your cloud environment. This enables you to leverage the benefits of the Amazon Cloud optimally, to accelerate your business, and to reach your goals.
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) is one of the oldest AWS Services and a solid base for your own and AWS native applications. EC2 offers secure, manageable, and highly scalable computing power in the cloud. You can choose between all popular operating systems and hundreds of entity sizes to perfectly adapt computing resources to your business case.
AWS Lambda offers an environment exclusively for your business code. Only the actual time is paid. You neither need to provide nor to manage a server. You simply upload your code and Lambda cares for execution, scaling, and availability, mostly event based.
VMware Cloud on AWS
With a hybrid cloud approach, you can continue to use your familiar tools while complementing your on-premises VMware environment with the benefits of the AWS Cloud. Being a first step to an easier data center migration, a capacity extension with scalable and global resources, or a robust disaster recovery strategy: VMware on AWS offers the possibility to use the best of both worlds.
The Amazon Relational Database Service offers a cost-efficient, scalable, and fully managed environment for your PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle or MS SQL data base in the cloud. High availability by replication as well as the installation of security patches and the creation of backups is fully automated.
Amazon Aurora is a data base, developed by AWS and compatible with MySQL and PostgreSQL. It makes best use of the cloud’s characteristics. While maintaining security, availability, and reliability, higher velocity and lower cost can be achieved.
Amazon DynamoDB is a key-value NoSQL data base, developed by AWS. It excels with markedly high performance and scalability. Fully managed by AWS, queries can be answered in milliseconds and data can be kept in sync globally.
Amazon Redshift offers a data warehouse service for the cloud. Managed by AWS, high scalability and the evaluation and analysis of data in the Exabyte range are typical use cases, but also a quick linkage of S3-based data lakes or other data bases are covered.
The Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) was the first AWS product for the mass market. It offers virtually unlimited storage for objects of any type via a simple API. Besides a markedly high availability, S3 is designed for 99.999999999 percent persistence and excels with a broad spectrum of cost-efficient storage classes and various access controls and security features.
Amazon Elastic Block Store
Amazon EBS is an easy to use, powerful block-based storage service, designed for the connection to EC2. The selection of volume types ranges from legacy HDD to modern SSD storage. This enables you to perfect storage performance and cost for your different use cases.
Amazon Elastic File System
Amazon EFS offers a simple, scalable, and fully managed file-based storage service. It is primarily used as shared storage for container and serverless applications. It allows reliably normalize and persist data via the network, using NFSv4, without having to supply fixed capacities in advance.
Amazon Elastic Container Service
Amazon ECS is a fully managed container orchestration service. It covers automatic provisioning and scaling of your container-based applications. Besides easy configuration, ECS integrates excellently with other AWS services.
Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service
Amazon EKS offers the benefits of a flexible and fully Kubernetes compatible container environment to launch applications in the cloud. EKS supports you when provisioning highly available and secure Kubernetes clusters and automates tasks like patching, worker node provisioning, and updating.
AWS Fargate is a serverless compute engine, which is available for ECS and EKS. It allows you to concentrate on developing your application and not having to care for provisioning or management of servers for your container platform.
Network and Content Delivery
An Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a basic element, which allows you to split your AWS resources in logical, isolated, and virtual network environments. You have full control when selecting your own IP address range, when creating subnets, and when configuring routing tales and network gateways. VPC furthermore provides the base for many security settings, controls Internet access, and implements access controls on the network level.
Amazon CloudFront is the AWS CDN (Content Delivery Network) to provide your data, applications, and APIs to your customers globally with low latency and high speed. Advanced security features like encryption via HTTPS, Web Applications Firewall, and protections against DDoS attacks are firmly integrated.
Amazon Route 53
Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and scalable Domain Name System (DNS) service. Besides domain registration and management, it offers advanced features like geo- and latency-based routing and health checks to route your Internet traffic to the respective endpoints. The service supports IPv4 and IPv6.
Security and Compliance
With AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), any access to AWS services and resources is securely managed. Using IAM, you can create and manage users, groups and roles, and grant or deny access to AWS resources using permissions. With multi-factor authentication you can design cloud access even more secure, and sophisticated access controls ensure that principles like least privilege are enforced.
AWS Shield is a fully managed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) service, which automatically and continuously protects your cloud applications. This reduces downtimes and latency. AWS Shield Standard is active by default and without added cost due to a firm integration with services like ELB, CloudFront and Route 53. It allows protection on the network level and can be enhanced with more features and integration with other AWS services like AWS Shield Advanced.
AWS WAF is a web application firewall, which protects your web applications and APIs from common threats from the Internet to ensure availability and security. AWS WAF provides prepared rule sets. These include, for example, the OWASP top 10 security risks, specific CMS, or the handling of newly emerging Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). They can also be extended with own rules.
Migration & Data Transport
AWS Snow Family
The AWS Snow Family supports customers in operations in harsh environments that are not suitable for data centers, and in places without consistent network connectivity. The snow family consists of AWS Snowcone, AWS Snowball, and AWS Snowmobile. In this regard, it offers a range of physical devices and storage capacities—most of them with included data processing features. These services ease the physical transfer of data in the Exabyte range to and from the AWS.
AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) helps you to migrate data bases to AWS quickly and securely. The source data base stays fully operational during the migration, which minimizes downtimes for applications, which rely on the data base. The AWS Database Migration Service can migrate your data to and from most common commercial and open-source data bases.
AWS Application Migration Service minimizes time-consuming and error-prone manual processes. This is achieved by automatically converting your source servers from a physical, virtual, or cloud infrastructure to run them natively on AWS. It further eases your migration by enabling you to employ the same automated process for a variety of applications.
Big Data and Machine Learning
Amazon EMR is a platform for rapid processing, analysis, and application of machine learning (ML) on big data with open-source frameworks like Apache Spark, Hive, Presto, and other big data workloads.
Amazon SageMaker supports data scientists and developers in quickly preparing, designing, training, and deploying high-class ML (machine learning) models. This is achieved by offering a wide range of features, which have been specifically designed for ML.
Management and Governance
AWS Control Tower and AWS Organizations
With Control Tower and Organizations, you can manage even large AWS environments while ensuring unified compliance and security policies are enforced.
Amazon CloudWatch is a service for transparent monitoring for DevOps technicians, developers, site reliability engineers (SRE), and IT managers. CloudWatch offers data and actionable intelligence to monitor your applications, respond to system-wide performance variations, perfect resource utilization, and keep an overall picture of the operational status. CloudWatch covers monitoring and operational data as logs, metrics, and events. This gives an overall picture of AWS resources and applications as well as services, which are hosted in AWS and on on-premises servers.
AWS CloudTrail monitors and logs the activity history in your AWS infrastructure. This gives you control over storage, analysis, and remediation. Furthermore, CloudTrail logs enable you to prove compliance with regulations like SOC, PCI, or HIPAA. You also improve your security posture by logging user activity and events and setting up automated workflow rules.
AWS IoT Greengrass
AWS IoT Greengrass expands AWS seamlessly to edge devices, enabling them to act on data created locally. This is possible while using the cloud for management, analytics, and persistent storage. With AWS IoT Greengrass, connected devices can perform AWS Lambda functions, docker containers or both, create predictions using machine learning models, synchronize device data, and communicate securely with other devices—even without Internet connection.
AWS IoT Core
Easy and reliable connection, management, and scaling of your device fleet without deploying and managing servers.
AWS IoT SiteWise
AWS IoT SiteWise is a managed service designed to capture, store, and organize data of industrial equipment in large scale to make better, data-driven decisions. With AWS IoT SiteWise you can monitor processes over all your equipment, and you are able to quickly calculate industrial key performance indicators and develop applications. The latter can analyze data of industrial equipment to prevent costly problems and production downtimes.
Amazon API Gateway
Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that eases the creation, publishing, maintenance, monitoring, and securing of APIs for developers in any scope. APIs are the “front door” for applications, which access data, business logic, or functionality via your backend services. With API Gateway, you can create RESTful APIs and WebSocket APIs, which allow applications with bi-directional communication in real time. API Gateway supports containerized and serverless workloads as well as web applications.
Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that allows to create event-driven applications easily. This is possible with events, which are generated by your applications, integrated Software-as-a-Service applications (SaaS), and AWS Services.
AWS Step Functions
AWS Step Functions is a visual low code workflow service, which is used to coordinate AWS Services, to automate business processes, and to develop serverless applications. Workflows manage errors, retries, parallelization, service integration, and visibility.
With AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild and CodeDeploy, AWS offers several services to realize an automated software development lifecycle and the usage of modern DevOps approaches.
AWS CloudFormation and CDK
Using CloudFormation and the Cloud Development Kit, you can implement modern Infrastructure-as-Code requirements and automate the creation and management of complex AWS infrastructures.
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