Through the console, a customer can manage their cloud computing, cloud storage and other resources running on the Amazon Web Services infrastructure. The console interfaces with all the AWS resources, including Elastic Compute Cloud, Amazon Simple Storage Service, Elastic Load Balancing, Amazon Relational Database Service, Auto Scaling, AWS OpsWorks, AWS Identity and Access Management and CloudWatch.
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An AWS user can also manage his accounts, including monitoring monthly spending. A user can deploy new applications and monitor existing ones.
The AWS Management Console also provides educational resources, including wizards and workflows, to help users adapt to the cloud.
The AWS Management Console allows each user to drag and drop service links for a personalized view. An AWS user can also view and group resources and applications that share common tags, and then use the Tag Editor feature to quickly make a change across an entire resource group.
The AWS Console mobile app allows a user to perform operational tasks from a mobile device. The mobile app can be downloaded from the Amazon Appstore, Google Play or the Apple App Store.