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Matching AWS products to enterprise needs

Spin up an instance, process data in real time and manage the security of the cloud with these Amazon services. But which service performs which function?

With more the one million users relying on its products, Amazon Web Services claims a significant share of the public cloud market. And Amazon's services are a great way to get started in the public cloud, with options tailored to security, networking, database storage, big data analytics and more.

Users can modify settings for compute power, security, scalability and memory among a myriad of options. There is no one-size-fits-all cloud option; businesses must work to identify their own cloud needs and act on them.

So how well do you know all the AWS options on the market? Find out by taking this quiz -- simply match your enterprise's needs with the appropriate AWS products

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On which AWS tool does you company most rely?
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The ones I heard most frequently from AWS users are New Relic and Cloudability. Hearing more and more about teams using DataDog and then various logging tools (eg. Loggly, SignalFX).
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