At Zero To One Cloud, we ensure that the learning skills which you develop with our
Training-Programs stay intact with you forever !
Our Management is focused on running small-Batches (upto 10 candidates/Batch) w.r.t. our Training-Programs so that our Trainers are able to identify
each candidate’s current mind-set and train them to upgrade and equip themselves with new technical skill-sets.
Amazon has been in the business the longest time compared to the other two giants, Microsoft and Google, and this gave them a first-mover advantage in what Amazon has called the cloud virtuous cycle: value based pricing → more customers → more usage → more infrastructure → economies of scale → lower infrastructure costs → continued innovation/back to value.
* Note : The big companies listed in the Fortune 500 and Unicorn chose to use AWS for fulfilling their cloud needs. (Examples :- Pfizer, Expedia, Airbnb, Kellogg, etc.)
AWS has placed its data centers across 69 Availability Zones within 22 Regions worldwide. Each availability zone has at least one data center (some have as many as six) that has redundant power for stability, networking and connectivity. In each data center, there are between 50,000 to 80,000 servers with up to 102 Tbps bandwidth.
If you assume an average of three data centers per zone and 65,000 servers per data center, you will end up having 6.4 million servers worldwide. For those of you who care about availability and performance of their applications in the cloud, the huge computing capacity of AWS ensures higher fault tolerance and low latency.
There are over 75,000 active AWS customers in India, representing a diverse base of industries. To name a few :- Ola Cabs, NDTV, Tata Motors Limited, redBus, Hotstar, Macmillan India
Amazon is working with a broad selection of partners in India. Here’s a sampling:
Amazon has opened six offices in India since 2011 – Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune, and Chennai. These offices support AWS diverse customer base in India including enterprises, government agencies, academic institutions, small-to-mid-size companies, startups, and developers.
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