AWS offers various compute services to cater to different workload requirements. The most prominent service is Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), which provides resizable virtual servers (instances) on-demand. EC2 allows businesses to scale their compute resources up or down based on demand, providing flexibility and cost efficiency.

AWS Lambda is a serverless computing service that allows developers to run code without managing servers. With Lambda, developers can focus solely on writing code and defining triggers, and AWS takes care of provisioning and managing the underlying infrastructure. This serverless architecture reduces operational overhead and provides a pay-as-you-go pricing model.

AWS offers a range of storage options to meet different data storage and retrieval needs. Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) is a highly durable and scalable object storage service that allows businesses to store and retrieve any amount of data. Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) provides block-level storage volumes for EC2 instances, enabling persistent data storage.


AWS provides fully managed database services, including Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) for relational databases, Amazon DynamoDB for NoSQL databases, and Amazon Aurora for high-performance, MySQL, and PostgreSQL-compatible databases. These managed services handle backups, patching, and scaling, allowing developers to focus on their applications rather than database administration.

AWS offers a global network of data centers, known as Availability Zones (AZs), that provide high availability and fault tolerance. AWS Elastic Load Balancing distributes incoming application traffic across multiple instances to ensure optimal performance and availability.

AWS offers a wide range of analytics and machine learning services. Amazon Redshift provides data warehousing capabilities, while Amazon QuickSight enables easy and interactive data visualization.