AWS uses a pay-as-you-go payment plan. This means you pay only for the compute power, storage and other resources you use, with no long-term contracts and no up-front commitments.
AWS lets you increase storage, bandwidth and computational power within minutes. If you are anticipating an increase in your traffic or usage, you can pay a slightly higher fee to scale up your operation with a few clicks. And if you need to scale down, you can do so in the same manner.
AWS gives you the freedom to pick the operating systems, programming languages, architectures and databases you are familiar with. As a result, you can jump right into using AWS without needing to learn new skills.
For Amazon, cloud security is a top priority. The AWS Security team continually uses a variety of strict measures to harden the AWS infrastructure. You can, therefore, rest assured that your data is safe and that you meet compliance requirements. What’s more, security scales with your AWS cloud usage.
With AWS, you can take advantage of a reliable computing infrastructure. You never have to worry about downtime, as AWS boasts a 99.95% uptime Service Level Agreement availability commitment.