Amazon Web Services Inc. not only leads the cloud computing game, but also ranks first in customer satisfaction. why? The variety of services and support offered by the cloud giant makes it a popular choice for enterprises. Keith Townsend (pictured), principal and founder of The CTO Advisor.
“AWS is catching up with its customers Anywhere on the spectrum,” Townsend is impressed.Advances in technology over the last few years. “Now go to Valencia Doesn’t speak Spanish and just has my phone. ”
Townsend spoke with theCUBE hosts Savannah Peterson and Paul Gillin at the recent AWS re:Invent conference during an exclusive broadcast on SiliconANGLE Media’s live streaming studio, theCUBE. They discussed how AWS is leveraging its leadership position in the public cloud market. (*disclosed below)
Low-code for increased productivity
According to Townsend, the low-code market is growing 35% annually, thanks to cloud service providers like AWS. This allows users of all levels of experience to contribute to data tasks instead of relying on developers. Individuals with different skill sets can collaborate on projects.
In fact, one company experienced three major outages last year and turned to AWS for support, Townsend explained. We modernized our application on AWS and reduced our costs by 60-70%.
Going forward, Townsend offers several next steps for AWS to further enhance its offerings in the enterprise.
“Me Think Next Level Opportunities for AWS to contact the analyst Or its citizen developer… [including] bYou can enable your end users to use Lambda. We will use these data services to create new applications,” he said.
Customers need hybrid cloud and hybrid infrastructure support to make further progress in the industry. Townsend concluded that with the right tools and skills, the solution could be better managed without the help of middlemen.
This is a full video interview, part of SiliconANGLE and theCUBE coverage of AWS re:Invent.
(* Disclosure: This is an unsponsored editorial segment. However, theCUBE is a paid media partner for AWS re:Invent. Amazon Web Services Inc. and other sponsors of theCUBE’s coverage of the event do not provide editorial content to theCUBE or SiliconANGLE. I don’t have control over it.)