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Beginner's Guide to Amazon Web Service [Info-Graphic]

Imagine a cloud-computing service so powerful, that it makes the work of dozens of servers in a large room completely obsolete. From the U.S. to China and most countries in between, tens of thousands of businesses trust it with their online security and information. It powers websites that most internet users visit every day, including Reddit, Netflix and Pinterest. Yet, according to our friends at Udemy, almost 2/3rds of Americans don't know what it is.

The answer is Amazon Web Services, and it has changed how the World Wide Web is run in a profound way. It began in 2006 and has since expanded to a $40 billion product, with projections expecting that number to climb to $241 billion in the next 10 years.

Udemy is an online learning marketplace where users can take educational courses in a plethora of subject matters, and they've created an infographic to tell us more about the prevalence of AWS, and why it is so important to our daily browsing.

Amazon Web Service InfoGraphic