Amazon Web Services provides information technology infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services. The Company offers cloud infrastructure services, such as compute, storage and content delivery, database, and networking services, platform services that include analytics, enterprise applications, mobile services, and internet of things, and developer tools, management tools, security and identity services, and application services. It also provides cloud solutions for websites, backup and recovery, archiving, disaster recovery, development and test, big data, financial services, high performance computing, digital marketing, e-commerce, media and entertainment, mobile services, Internet of things, enterprise IT, gaming, databases, scientific computing, governments, education, and non-profit.
|Acquired Company||Date||Deal Size|
|TSO Logic||January 16, 2019|
|Sqrrl||January 23, 2018|
|Thinkbox Software||March 17, 2017|
|Do||March 08, 2017|
|Harvest.ai||January 09, 2017||$19 m|
|NICE||February 11, 2016|
|AppThwack||July 14, 2015|
|Amazon Web Services Japan K.K.|
Amazon Web Services has 1.71m Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 0.4% month over month and increased 1.4% quarter over quarter
When was Amazon Web Services founded?
Amazon Web Services was founded in 2006.
Who are Amazon Web Services key executives?
Amazon Web Services's key executives are Andy Jassy, Raju Gulabani and Steven Walchek.
What is Amazon Web Services revenue?
Latest Amazon Web Services annual revenue is $17.5 b.
Who are Amazon Web Services competitors?
Competitors of Amazon Web Services include F5 Networks, GitHub and MongoDB.
Where is Amazon Web Services headquarters?
Amazon Web Services headquarters is located at 410 Terry Ave N, Seattle.
Where are Amazon Web Services offices?
Amazon Web Services has offices in Seattle, East Palo Alto, Irvine, Cambridge and in 11 other locations.
How many offices does Amazon Web Services have?
Amazon Web Services has 17 offices.