• Amazon Prime. This subscription service provides members access to exclusive shopping and entertainment services, discounts, and more. As an example, all Amazon Prime members enjoy free one-day or two-day shipping on qualifying orders.
  • Amazon Prime Video. This is Amazon’s on-demand video streaming service that offers a selection of about 24k movies and over 2.1k TV shows. This service is included with an Amazon Prime membership.
  • Amazon Drive. Previously known as Amazon Cloud Drive, Amazon Drive is a cloud storage app that offers Five gigabytes (GB) of free and secure online storage for photos, videos, and files for Amazon customers. Amazon Prime members get free, unlimited, full-resolution photo storage, along with Five GB of video storage.
  • Twitch Prime. A monthly subscription service, Twitch Prime is a subsidiary of Amazon Prime. It gives members premium access to Twitch a video streaming platform that offers a fun and social way to watch people play games.
  • Amazon Music Prime. This is Amazon’s music streaming service that is free for Prime members.
  • Amazon Pay. An online transaction processing platform, Amazon Pay enables Amazon account holders to use their personal Amazon accounts to pay external online merchants.
  • Amazon Music Unlimited. Amazon’s premium music service costs $8.99 per month for Prime members and $9.99 per month for non-Prime members.
  • Kindle Store. Part of Amazon’s retail website, the Kindle Store can be accessed from any Kindle device to purchase e-books.
  • Amazon Appstore for Android.  Amazon’s App Store for the Android operating system also enables users to download games and mobile apps to their supported devices.
  • S3. This is Amazon’s scalable, cloud-based object storage. Files are referred to as objects in S3 and are stored in containers called buckets.
  • Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS). SQS is a pay-per-use web service that is designed to provide access to a waiting message queue where messages can reside until a computer processes them.
  • Amazon EC2. This web service interface provides scalability with resizable compute capacity in the AWS cloud. Users can run virtual servers or instances, commonly known as EC2 instances, that can be scaled up or down, depending on the network requirements.
  • Amazon S3 Glacier. Amazon S3 Glacier is a low-cost cloud storage service for data that might be associated with longer retrieval times. It also offers data archiving and backup of cold data.
  • AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). IAM provides secure and controlled access to resources.
  • Amazon Redshift. This data warehouse in the cloud enables users to query petabytes of both structured and semistructured data using standard Structured Query Language queries. For example, to address the expanding volume of transactions, Nasdaq moved from a legacy on-premises data center to the AWS cloud, which is powered through the Amazon Redshift cluster.