Group: Amazon Web Services

  • ACM PCA (Private Certificate Authority): AWS managed private CA </>
  • ACM (Amazon Certificate Manager): AWS service to provision and manage SSL/TLS certificates </>
  • Amazon VPC (Virtual Private Cloud): AWS service for creating and managing virtual networks </>
  • AMI (Amazon Machine Image): Template file for the boot drive used on an EC2 instance. Pronounced ah-mee.
  • Amplify: AWS tools and services for web and mobile apps </>
  • API Gateway: AWS service for managing APIs </>
  • App Mesh: AWS service mesh </>
  • AppFlow: AWS service for integrating SaaS apps and data </>
  • AppStream 2.0: AWS service for streaming desktop applications </>
  • AppSync: AWS managed GraphQL service </>
  • ARN (Amazon Resource Name): Canonical IDs of AWS resources
  • Athena: AWS service for analzying data Amazon S3 using SQL </>
  • Audit Manager: AWS service for continuous compliance auditing </>
  • Aurora: AWS service that offers MySQL and PostgreSQL compatible DBs </>
  • AWS (Amazon Web Services): Cloud computing provider
  • AWS Organizations: Centrally manage AWS accounts and resources </>
  • Backup: AWS managed backup service </>
  • Batch: AWS managed batch processing </>
  • Braket: AWS quantum computing service </>
  • CDK (Cloud Development Kit): Higher level SDK for AWS </>
  • Chatbot: Service for monitoring AWS in Slack or Chime </>
  • Chime: AWS service for team chat/video conferencing </>
  • Cloud Directory: AWS service for managed directories / LDAP </>
  • Cloud Map: AWS managed service discovery </>
  • Cloud9: AWS browser-based IDE </>
  • CloudFormation: AWS infrastructure-as-code service </>
  • CloudFront: AWS CDN </>
  • CloudHSM: AWS service for accessing HSMs </>
  • CloudSearch: AWS managed search service </>
  • CloudShell: Browser based shell with access to your AWS resources </>
  • CloudTrail: AWS service that records all API calls for audit and anomaly detection </>
  • CloudWatch Events: AWS service that delivers notifications of your infrastructure changes </>
  • CloudWatch Logs: AWS service that you can stream all your logs into </>
  • CloudWatch: AWS service for metrics and alarming </>
  • CodeArtifact: AWS managed repositories for software packages </>
  • CodeBuild: AWS service that builds your code </>
  • CodeCommit: AWS service to host git repositories </>
  • CodeDeploy: AWS service that deploys code to both cloud and on-premises resources </>
  • CodeGuru: AWS service for automated code reviews </>
  • CodePipeline: AWS managed continuous-delivery </>
  • CodeStar: Set up applications and CD pipelines on AWS </>
  • Cognito: AWS service for user identities, login, data </>
  • Comprehend Medical: AWS machine learning / NLP service tailored to medical field </>
  • Comprehend: AWS machine learning / NLP service </>
  • Compute Optimizer: Analyze your AWS resources for savings </>
  • Config: AWS service to track resource and configuration changes </>
  • Connect: AWS contact center as a service </>
  • Control Tower: Set up and govern multiple AWS accounts </>
  • Corretto: AWS distribution of OpenJDK </>
  • Data Exchange: AWS: use third-party data </>
  • Data Pipeline: AWS managed data pipeline </>
  • Database Migration Service: AWS service to migrate DBs to cloud </>
  • DataSync: AWS service for data movement to/from on-premises </>
  • DeepComposer: AWS: Hands-on ML learning </>
  • DeepLens: ML enabled camera (AWS) </>
  • DeepRacer: ML based racing simulator/league (AWS) </>
  • Detective: AWS service for analyzing security anomalies </>
  • Device Farm: AWS managed iOS/Android device testing </>
  • DevOps Guru: AWS ML powered operations service </>
  • Direct Connect: Get a dedicated network connection to AWS datacenters </>
  • Directory Service: AWS managed Microsoft AD </>
  • DocumentDB: AWS service that offers a MongoDB-compatible DB </>
  • DynamoDB: AWS managed NoSQL service </>
  • EBS (Elastic Block Store): AWS service that provides storage volumes to EC2 instances </>
  • EC2 Auto Scaling: AWS service for launching or terminating servers on your behalf </>
  • EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud): AWS service for launching and managing servers in Amazon's data centers </>
  • EC2 Image Builder: Create and continuously build VM and container images (AWS) </>
  • ECR (Elastic Container Registry): AWS managed Docker container registeries </>
  • ECS (Elastic Container Service): AWS service for running containers </>
  • EFA (Elastic Fabric Adapter): High-speed network interface for EC2 </>
  • EFS (Elastic File System): AWS service that provides a shared filesystem with NFSv4 compatibility </>
  • EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service): AWS managed Kubernetes service </>
  • Elastic Beanstalk: AWS service to deploy and scale web applications </>
  • Elastic Transcoder: AWS transcoding service </>
  • ElastiCache: AWS managed cache clusters (Redis / Memcached) </>
  • Elemental MediaConnect: AWS service for live video ingestion </>
  • Elemental MediaConvert: AWS video transcoding service </>
  • Elemental MediaLive: AWS video transcoding service </>
  • Elemental MediaPackage: AWS video artifact preparation service </>
  • Elemental MediaStore: AWS video artifact storage </>
  • Elemental MediaTailor: AWS video ad injection </>
  • EMR (Elastic MapReduce): AWS managed 'big data' services </>
  • ES (Elasticsearch Service): AWS managed Elasticsearch clusters
  • EventBridge: AWS service for ingesting and routing events </>
  • Fargate: AWS serverless for compute </>
  • Firewall Manager (AWS): AWS service for managing many firewalls </>
  • Forecast: AWS managed service to produce time-series forecasts </>
  • FreeRTOS: Real-time OS for microcontrollers (AWS) </>
  • FSx: Managed high-performance filesystems on AWS (Lustre, Windows File Server, SMB) </>
  • GameLift: AWS managed gaming platform </>
  • Global Accelerator: AWS networking service that more optimaly routes global traffic </>
  • Glue: AWS managed ETL </>
  • Grafana (AWS): Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) </>
  • Ground Station: AWS service for satellite control and data processing </>
  • GuardDuty: AWS service for monitoring security </>
  • HealthLake: AWS data management services for medical field </>
  • Honeycode: AWS 'no code' apps </>
  • Inspector: AWS service that analyzes your security posture </>
  • IoT 1-Click: AWS service that allows simple devices to trigger Lambda functions </>
  • IoT Analytics: AWS service to analyze IoT data </>
  • IoT Device Defender: AWS service to audit and monitor IoT devices </>
  • IoT Device Management: AWS service to manage IoT devices </>
  • IoT Events: AWS service to ingest and respond to events from IoT devices </>
  • IoT Greengrass: AWS edge runtime and service for IoT </>
  • IoT SiteWise: AWS service for monitoring industrial equipment </>
  • IoT Things Graph: AWS service for wiring together IoT devices and services </>
  • Kendra: AWS ML powered search </>
  • Keyspaces: AWS Managed Cassandra </>
  • Kinesis Data Firehose: AWS service for streaming data directly into storage/DBs </>
  • Kinesis: AWS service for streaming data </>
  • KMS (Key Management Service): AWS service for encryption/decryption that protects private keys </>
  • Lake Formation: AWS service to manage data lakes </>
  • Lambda (AWS): AWS serverless functions </>
  • Lex: AWS service for AI powered chatbots </>
  • License Manager (AWS): Manage software licenses on AWS </>
  • Lightsail: AWS service that abstracts detail to provide a VPS-like experience </>
  • Local Zones (AWS): AWS infrastructure optimized for low-latency to certain cities </>
  • Lookout for Equipment: AWS service that analyzes your equipment sensor data looking for anomalies </>
  • Lookout for Metrics: AWS service for anomaly detection in metrics </>
  • Lookout for Vision: AWS service that analyzes images from your manufacturing facility looking for anomalies </>
  • Lumberyard: AWS gaming engine </>
  • Macie: AWS security service for protecting sensitive data </>
  • Managed Apache Airflow (MWAA) (AWS): AWS managed Apache Airflow service </>
  • Managed Blockchain: AWS service for creating and managing blockchains </>
  • Monitron: AWS service for detecting anomalies in industrial machinery </>
  • MQ: AWS managed message brokers (ActiveMQ and RabbitMQ) </>
  • Neptune: AWS graph database </>
  • NICE DCV (AWS): high-performance remote display protocol </>
  • OpsWorks: AWS managed Chef and Puppet </>
  • Outposts: AWS managed services in your datacenter </>
  • Panorama (AWS): AWS edge-computing device and SDK for vision based predictions </>
  • ParallelCluster: Deploy and manage HPC clusters on AWS </>
  • Personal Health Dashboard: AWS personalized reporting on AWS issues </>
  • Personalize: AWS service for creating recommender services </>
  • Pinpoint: AWS service to manage marketing communications </>
  • Polly: AWS text-to-speech service </>
  • Prometheus (AWS): Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP) </>
  • Proton (AWS): Managed deployment service for containers and serverless </>
  • QLDB: AWS managed ledger database </>
  • QuickSight: AWS analytics / business-intelligence service </>
  • RDS (Relational Database Service): AWS managed relational databases </>
  • Redshift: AWS data warehouse </>
  • Rekognition: AWS service that identifies things in images and videos </>
  • Resource Access Manager: AWS service for sharing resources </>
  • RoboMaker: AWS service simulating and deploying robotic applications </>
  • Route 53: AWS DNS service </>
  • S3 (Simple Storage Service): AWS object storage as a service </>
  • S3 Glacier: AWS long-term object storage service </>
  • SageMaker: AWS service for ML model creation, training, deployment </>
  • Secrets Manager: AWS service for storing and rotating secrets </>
  • Security Hub: AWS service for centralized view of security </>
  • Server Migration Service: AWS services for migrating applications to the cloud </>
  • Serverless Application Repository: AWS managed repository for serverless apps </>
  • Service Catalog (AWS): AWS managed service catalogs </>
  • SES (Simple Email Service): AWS service for sending emails </>
  • Shield: AWS service that protects you against DDoS attacks </>
  • Signer (AWS): Managed code-signing for AWS </>
  • Single Sign-On: AWS managed SSO </>
  • Snowball (AWS): AWS physical device that can be used on-premises and used to deliver files back to AWS </>
  • SNS (Simple Notification Service): AWS notification service including SMS </>
  • SQS (Simple Queue Service): AWS message queue service </>
  • Step Functions: AWS service for background/asynchronous jobs (workflow) </>
  • Storage Gateway: AWS service to connect on-premises applications to cloud storage </>
  • STS (Security Token Service): AWS service for requesting temporary credentials </>
  • Sumerian: AWS tools for 3D/AR/VR </>
  • SWF (Simple Workflow Service): AWS service for background/asynchronous jobs </>
  • Systems Manager: AWS services for infrastructure visibility and control </>
  • Textract: AWS service for extracting text from images/documents </>
  • Timestream: AWS managed time series database </>
  • Transcribe Medical: AWS speech-to-text service tailored to medical field </>
  • Transcribe: AWS speech-to-text service </>
  • Translate: AWS service for translating text to and from spoken languages </>
  • WAF: AWS managed WAF </>
  • Wavelength (AWS): AWS infrastructure optimized for mobile/5G </>
  • WorkDocs: AWS service for document collaboration (e.g. Word documents) </>
  • WorkLink: AWS service that allows mobile access to your internal sites </>
  • WorkMail: AWS managed email for businesses </>
  • WorkSpaces: AWS service that hosts desktops you can remotely log in to </>
  • X-Ray: AWS service for tracing distributed application calls </>