Amazon Web Services Inc.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) delivers a set of services that together form a reliable, scalable, and inexpensive computing platform “in the cloud.”
In 2006, Amazon Web Services LLC (AWS), an Amazon.com company, officially began offering developer customers access to in-the-cloud infrastructure services based on Amazon's own back-end technology platform. Today, AWS is a comprehensive cloud services platform, offering compute power, storage, content delivery, and other functionality that enables businesses to cost-effectively deploy applications and services with greater flexibility, scalability and reliability.
Editor's note: Updated Aug. 25, 2020.
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This second of a four-part series of webinars focuses on how data are changing to make oil and gas E&P more efficient and productive.
A series of webinars focus on how data are changing to make oil and gas E&P more efficient and productive.