Amazon’s on-demand cloud computing, APIs, and services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the world’s leading cloud service platform by market share.

Launched in 2006 with a few services, AWS now offers hundreds of different features for its users and developers.

AWS’ core offerings include Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Simple Storage Service (S3), analytics, machine learning, and database. AWS services adjust resources dynamically based on user needs, and offers a pay-as-you-go pricing based on usage.

While Azure and Google Cloud offer competitive features, AWS shines when it comes to open source developers.

At GenUI, we have a team of developers with experience building software products and services on the AWS cloud platform. If you’re still evaluating which platform to use for your application, we can help you evaluate what platform will best meet the needs of your business.

Amazon DynamoDB

This key-value and document database delivers high performance at any scale. It features built-in security, backup, and in-memory caching for apps. DynamoDB can handle over 10 trillion requests per day.

Amplify Framework

This set of libraries and command line interface enables developers to build mobile backends and integrate with iOS, Android, and Web apps. This lets you build on a flexible, scalable, and reliable serverless backend.

Trusted by global leaders

Businesses across dozens of industries use AWS, including: Netflix, Airbnb, BMW, Samsung, Toyota, Capital One, and many others.

Case Studies

Microsoft Quantum Streamlines Research With An Azure Cloud App

The high-stakes race to make quantum computing scalable is on, and Microsoft is leading the way¹. Learn how GenUI decreased the research team’s time-to-experiment by 80% and significantly improved data visualization.

USAFacts Makes Data Engaging With Azure And PowerBI

The Ballmer Foundation launches a new website dedicated to reporting - and visualizing - the data produced by the United States government.

GenUI Develops an IoT Solution for GM & Commercial Link

The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing fast, and the connected car space is among its largest markets: 250 million connected vehicles will be on the road by 2020, according to analysts at Gartner.