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What one thing do you like most about Amazon AWS?

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LevDubinets's avatar
a year ago

The core services, which for me are EC2, S3, EBS, and VPC, work really well. They rarely have outages and have pretty consistent performance. If you use just a small set of core services, AWS is rock solid as a base to build your products on. Stay away from the 100s of non-essential services though.

4 points
lyal's avatar
a year ago

Their pricing model consistently gets better while features get added. It's still very pricey, but compared to when I started using it in 2009, it's just keeps going down.

1 point
Unleaded12's avatar
a year ago

The ecosystem. It has all the basic infrastructure just ready and waiting. Sure, it's not always the perfect subsystem or the optimal price but the time saved and skull sweat avoided are totally worth it if you're not very price sensitive. Great for getting shit done when you've already gone through a funding round.

1 point
profullasadangi's avatar
a year ago

Serve millions seating behind your desk

1 point
superflit's avatar
a year ago

It works and has a HUGE service library.
You can do anything with AWS

1 point
bluereceipt's avatar
a year ago

Using 1 platform for all of your basic needs

1 point
iamalexjin's avatar
a year ago

Appreciate the community around AWS and the knowledge that has accumulated within the community over the years. Have an obscure issue? Somebody has been there, done that, and written up a post on how to deal with it.

1 point
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