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Regarded as the market leader in Infrastructure-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service for cloud ecosystems, Amazon Web Services (AWS) lets you build robust cloud applications. Growth Rocket helps develop these scalable solutions for your enterprise.
Unlike other agencies, Growth Rocket tackles AWS management with client goals in mind. Our AWS-certified developers have mastered Amazon’s broad range of cloud services—from web app integration to storage management. They use these functions and technologies to build powerful cloud-based solutions for your business.
By working with our seasoned Amazon developers, you can expect nothing but the best. They’ll create the right solutions, deploy them, and manage and monitor their performance. Our team also improves existing strategies so they can deliver optimal results for your enterprise. You’ll even get regular updates on your AWS project that let you see its progress.
Growth Rocket’s AWS management team is always ready to create efficient, scalable computing solutions for your business. Navigate and conquer this vast platform with our AWS development services.
Using Amazon Web Services gives your enterprise several advantages. It’s user-friendly, secure, and flexible, with many different tools at your disposal. Through these services, our Amazon developers create and roll out performing and scalable web applications.
We follow a simple process in developing and integrating cloud-based applications and tools for your business. This process involves the following steps:
We'll first discuss your company's goals and requirements for AWS services to identify the tools we can use. Our team looks closely into your targets so we can plan and develop the right AWS strategy. We'll find and capitalize on unique opportunities to help you take advantage of AWS.
Hiring an Amazon developer to build and execute cloud-based applications and hoping for the best isn't that simple. Growth Rocket's seasoned AWS team will develop and deploy new, robust web solutions with the right tools for your enterprise. We'll integrate existing services as well.
Migrating to AWS and picking a partner for seamless transition and execution are smart moves. Our team always strives to ensure smooth service and application migrations to the AWS platform. We also use the platform's migration and transfer tools to support your cloud-based goals.
Our team not only builds and develops AWS-based solutions. We also help you manage your applications in the cloud. Our developers will monitor, troubleshoot, and improve your app infrastructure. We even keep you updated on your project's progress and provide you with the necessary support.
Growth Rocket is the agency of choice for a diverse roster of clients. We have driven results for emerging brands in South East Asia to big businesses in the US, Australia, and the UK. They continue to trust us to deploy end-to-end strategies tailored to their unique needs and goals.
AWS offers computing capacity for your web applications through virtual servers. The Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) gives you these instances. All servers have various capacities and sizes for specific workload types and applications.
An Auto Scaling tool is also available and it helps us maintain healthy, high-performing servers by dynamically scaling capacity. With these AWS services, we make sure your web applications are running and handling their tasks smoothly.
Our AWS-certified developers use several of the platform’s storage tools to save important data into the cloud. These tools include Amazon S3, which allows us to store data and files in buckets for organized storage.
AWS also has the Elastic Block Storage service with block-level storage volumes for constant data storage using EC2 instances. Other data storage services on AWS include the Elastic File System and AWS Storage Gateway tools.
Our team will also take care of your database with AWS data management services. Amazon’s Relational Database Service (RDS) gives your business a relational database management system. RDS supports Oracle, SQL Server, and other database technologies which we use to handle your database. We also use the DynamoDB service to manage NoSQL databases for your enterprise. Meanwhile, Amazon Redshift enables simpler execution of business intelligence tasks through its data warehouse.
AWS offers useful migration tools as well. These services help us ensure seamlessly functioning data and web apps across various platforms.
Our developers will monitor and manage transitions from on premises to the cloud through the Migration Hub service. They’ll also configure on-premises services and AWS instances with the EC2 Systems Manager. Our team will even use AWS partner tools for deployment. These tools help deliver smoother hybrid cloud deployments.
Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), and AWS Direct Connect are services that we use with virtual networks. VPC lets us control virtual networks to use isolated sections of the AWS cloud. The service also provides extra protection with new resources. Meanwhile, ELB helps us deliver balanced network traffic. Our team even creates dedicated connections from physical data centers to the AWS cloud via AWS Direct Connect.
Our expert AWS development team implements and handles web applications and services through the platform’s command-line tools and software development kits. We enter our codes using the AWS Command Line Interface and test Lambda functions with the Serverless Application Model.
Our team even uses SDKs for Java, PHP, Python, and other programming platforms and languages. We build, manage, and monitor custom APIs through the Amazon API Gateway service as well.
We also use AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeBuild, AWS CodeDeploy, and other similar tools to create constant integration and delivery pipelines. CodePipeline automates our release building, testing, and deployment phases with every code change. CodeBuild compiles our source code, runs tests, and produces ready-to-deploy software.
AWS has the CodeDeploy service as well for automated deployments to different compute services. With CodeDeploy, we can quickly release new features and avoid deployment downtime.
Our team will also manage and track your web apps through a variety of dedicated AWS tools. AWS Config and Config Rules services help us handle and monitor cloud resource configurations. We even prevent improperly configured, costly deployments with these tools and the AWS Trusted Advisor service.
The AWS platform also offers Amazon CloudWatch. Our Amazon developers track resource and application health through CloudWatch and the AWS Personal Health Dashboard.
AWS security tools let us ensure your data is safe in the cloud. We define and manage resource access through the AWS Identity and Access Management service to avoid unauthorized access. We also set and manage policies for multiple AWS accounts with AWS Organizations.
Our team also uses various AWS services to handle big data. Amazon Kinesis is one of these tools, with features for processing and analyzing streaming data.
AWS is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly adopted cloud platform with over 175 fully-featured services from worldwide data centers. Lots of different cloud computing products and services comprise the platform.
AWS mostly boosts Amazon’s profits—it has brought in $10 billion of revenue in the first quarter of 2020. This figure is 13.5% of the company’s total revenue. AWS also leads among other cloud computing services, with 32.4% of market share.
The platform’s millions of customers include the fastest-growing startups, largest enterprises, and leading government agencies. Some of the following companies and organizations use AWS:
AWS provides the following functions and services:
The platform also divides itself into the following products:
AWS offers services for machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and other new technologies as well.
Millions of active customers and tens of thousands of partners worldwide use AWS services. The platform’s user base is the largest and most dynamic community among cloud computing services. Customers of every size across almost every industry run their applications on AWS: start-ups, enterprises, public organizations, and many more.
AWS also has a Partner Network, with thousands of AWS specialists and tens of thousands of independent software vendors (ISVs) using the platform.
As for its servers, AWS has them in 76 availability zones (AZs). Amazon divides these regions so users can determine where to run their services. The company also diversifies physical data centers for security purposes. A total of 245 countries and territories use AWS.
The platform’s static website hosting costs vary depending on how you’re using it. Users outside the AWS Free Tier limits often pay $1 to $3 per month. Meanwhile, eligible Free Tier users within its limits pay around $0.50 every month for site hosting.
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