Amazon Web Services (AWS)

4.4 out of 5 (39 Ratings)

36 Verified Reviews

CloudFront content delivery network (CDN)


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)

Easy to use, hard to master

Setting up was easy, however there was a lot of black box logic that made it hard to debug issues.

Route 53 DNS

AWS Route 53 - External DNS made easy!

Amazon has been excellent to work with and their support services are top notch. Migrating our external DNS solution out of our DMZ's into Route 53 could not have been easier. The documentation on their communities is fantastic and they constantly add new features to their platform.

Route 53 DNS

easy to use and reliable

easy to use and reliable

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

Here to help us get there.

Very hands on - assigned resources to work with us directly.

Route 53 DNS

Works as advertised

Works as advertised. Gerat redundancy and affordable

Elastic Load Balancer (ELB)

Easy implementation with limited capability

Overall experience is good

Route 53 DNS

Productivity and agility for our teams

Our AWS implementation has kept costs low and we have been able to move with more agility. The platform enables our team to have the resources that are needed almost instantly.

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