Getting started with most useful AWS Services for Startups

With this collection of resources, you will learn about the power of AWS and how to use it to achieve your goals in the shortest amount of time.

  • Hosting simple Websites23:10

    Hosting simple Websites

    Deploy a static website using Amazon S3. Amazon S3 will provide the origin for your website as well as storage for your static content.

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  • Managed scalable and secure databases

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  • API serverless apps with user authentication

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  • Build Android Apps without managing your backend

    Build Android Apps without managing your backend

    This walkthrough is part 1 of a two-part series on how to build an AWS cloud-enabled Android mobile app with the AWS Amplify toolchain.

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  • Build an application that lasts

    Build an application that lasts

    These practices and techniques are the foundation of today’s “modern application.”

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  • Infrastructure as code with AWS CDK

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  • Get started with IoT and remote sensors

    Get started with IoT and remote sensors

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used wherever physical devices are networked in some meaningful connected way. Often, this takes the form of sensor data collection and analysis.

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  • Serverless and startups, the beginning of a beautiful friendship

    Serverless and startups, the beginning of a beautiful friendship

    Serverless seems to be perfect for startups. The pay-per-use pricing model and infrastructure that costs you nothing if no one is using your app makes it cheap for early-stage startups.

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  • Quick and secure user authentication with AWS Amplify

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  • Get your Data Lake right from the start

    Get your Data Lake right from the start

    AWS Lake Formation enables you to set up a secure data lake. A data lake is a centralized, curated, and secured repository storing all your structured and unstructured data, at any scale.

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