AWS made cloud computing services mainstream, but it still hasn’t cracked China

//AWS made cloud computing services mainstream, but it still hasn’t cracked China

AWS made cloud computing services mainstream, but it still hasn’t cracked China

Andy Jassy, who will take over as chief executive of online retail giant Amazon.com, is best known for heading the development and operation of subsidiary Amazon Web Services (AWS), which pioneered the broad availability of cloud computing for companies around the world.Led by Jassy, who joined Amazon in 1997, AWS was launched in 2006 as a simple computing and storage service delivered remotely over the internet. It has since become a global cloud platform used by millions of start-ups,…

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