When it comes to trusting a cloud computing platform, AWS, or Amazon Web Services, it is the most requested by experts. This platform includes multiple services that adapt to any function that the technological project needs, in addition to being friendly for the user who is not an expert in technology.
In their official documentation, they define it like this: “Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the most complete and widely adopted cloud platform in the world, offering more than 200 complete data center services worldwide. Millions of customers, including the fastest growing startups, largest enterprises, and top government agencies, use AWS to reduce costs, become more agile, and innovate faster.”
There are many popular services offered by AWS (Amazon Web Services), and the popularity of each service can vary by use case and industry. However, some of the most widely used AWS services are:
These are just a few examples of the most widely used AWS services. AWS offers a wide range of services that can meet a variety of computing needs, including AI/ML, security, analytics, and more.
AWS Athena is a serverless, interactive query service that allows users to analyze data stored in Amazon S3 using SQL. With Athena, users can easily query data in S3 without having to set up or manage any infrastructure.
Athena is designed to work with a variety of data formats, including CSV, JSON, ORC, Parquet, and Avro. Users can also create custom data connectors to support additional data formats.
To use Athena, users simply create a database and table schema that maps to data stored in S3. They can then run ad hoc SQL queries against the data using the Athena Query Editor or any other SQL client that supports JDBC/ODBC drivers.
Athena automatically scales to handle large data sets and can process queries in parallel to deliver fast results. Users only pay for the queries they run, and there are no upfront costs or infrastructure to manage.
Athena is commonly used for ad hoc data exploration, data lake analysis, log analysis, and business intelligence reporting. It integrates with a variety of AWS services, including Amazon QuickSight, AWS Glue, AWS Lambda, and Amazon EMR.
At Rootstack we have used several AWS services for projects with our international clients, always yielding successful results. During a DevOps and QA service to a Latin American bank, Confluence, AWS, S3, Cloudfront, Docker, ECS, EKS, EC2, Load Balancer, Cloudwatch were used.
Contact us and our experts will immediately establish a pleasant and detailed communication where they will explain each of our services and the benefits they offer for your company, employees and also for your clients.
We recommend you on video