Amazon Web Services cloud technology is a continuously growing field with plenty of opportunities on offer. While the inner workings of the cloud is not knowledge that can be easily picked up and utilized, the AWS cloud is not completely esoteric either. Amazon provides several different avenues for becoming certified in how to work with AWS with study material and exams to pursue as a means of further expanding potential business opportunities.
AWS (Amazon Web Services) is the current largest provider in Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) for everything from databases to extra computing power. It provides solutions for whatever problems are brought by clients and it allows for ease of scalability so that users will only pay for what they need and use; especially during times of expected lower traffic.
Starting a business is hard. Convincing potential investors that a business does have the potential to be successful is harder. And this is all omitting the process of procuring the necessary talent needed to contribute to the effort. This is why AWS Activate works with various investor, venture capital, and startup firms to help companies using their services get a legup.
If your web apps or APIs are at risk of being hacked or compromised by bots, AWS Web Application Firewall (WAF) is a virtual firewall that can assist defend you from these threats. AWS WAF gives you comprehensive control over traffic accessing your applications by allowing you to set security rules that restrict bot traffic and stop classic attack types like SQL injection and cross-site scripting. Additionally, you have the option of creating rules that only allow certain types of traffic.
Is operational efficiency the biggest undermining factor for your AWS environment? Do you need a helping hand to ensure that each cent spent goes towards maximizing production? Here at AllCode, our expertise with AWS can help you see increased savings month over month. In just the first month of use alone, you can expect to see as much as 10% saved on your AWS bill.
This is part 2 of a 4 part tutorial for developing NFTs on Polygon where we write a Hardhat NFT Smart Contract and deploy it to the Hardhat in-memory network.
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