Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud computing platform by Amazon, providing a wide range of on-demand services like computing power, storage, and databases over the internet. It enables businesses and individuals to avoid managing physical infrastructure and offers features for computing, storage, databases, analytics, machine learning, and more. AWS is known for its scalability, flexibility, and global network of data centers. Learn more about AWS

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