Amazon Web Services (AWS)

4.4 out of 5 (30 Ratings)

27 Verified Reviews

CloudFront content delivery network (CDN)

GOOD THE FIRST ONE

After the successful experience with the first service I tryed also other services from the same provider; Despite the expectation, I experienced different quality / cost ratio over different products from the same vendor.

Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

Using ELB and ALB for ECS cluster

It's good, but we have to use it with ALB for context routing, and we found two problems: 1. ELB IP address is keep on changing 2. ALB health check only on application port, but AWS console allows to configure different port, which is not working at all

Elastic Load Balancer (ELB), Other...

Build Applications on Cloud

Good learning experience on new AWS Services

CloudFront content delivery network (CDN), Elastic Load Balancer (ELB), Route 53 DNS

everything from cloud databases to ecommerce storefronts

AWS has been in the cloud business since 2006, which means they've been at it longer than just about anyone else. Maturity breeds not only experience but, in AWS's case, a nearly unmatched breadth of services. While you likely won't be as impressed with its basic level of service as you might with some of its competition, AWS's huge menu of associated services, made only larger by it's even larger list of value-add partners, allows you to build exactly the infrastructure that's right for your organization. And not just infrastructure. With its wide variety of other AWS cloud services, everything from cloud databases to ecommerce storefronts, you can build an end-to-end workload complete with management tools and custom coded apps.

Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

Great value

Using the AWS ELB has been a great solution for us. It's very cost effective and reduces the systems we have to manage internally

CloudFront content delivery network (CDN)

Reliable and Scalable Solution

The streaming service is reliable and scalable. The API documentation is very clear and comes with code samples - easy to implement. However, the integration with other services with AWS is not that smooth - requries more experienced engineers to do it - meaning additional costs. But overall, it works.

CloudFront content delivery network (CDN)

Fully featured, Easy to use and extremely cost competitive!

The transition from a different CDN provider to AWS CloudFront was easy to implement, cut costs and allowed us to consolidate and strengthen our relationship with Amazon. Amazon was very helpful with any technical questions we had and, in particular, in helping us understand the cost tradeoffs and determine the best level of commitment for our needs.

CloudFront content delivery network (CDN)

Flexibly and cost-saving technology

- Solution proved to be very flexibly scalable up & down - Unused VMs can be taken On/Off as needed, driving utilization cost down - Archiving, Backup/Restore don't go very smooth

Elastic Load Balancer (ELB), Route 53 DNS

Route 53 -- is there any other choice for the enterprise?

Too easy to import zones and the up-time availability is unmatched. UI could be modernised.

Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

ELB with autoscaling option - Cloud formation

We use cloud formation templates to build EC2 instances with ELB configuration