AWS console, (Amazon Web Services) is designed as a management console for web applications. It manages Amazon Web Services. AWS console is designed with an array of services, which a user can choose from, such as information related to an Amazon account, like billing.
Created with an inbuilt user interface, which includes working with Amazon S3 buckets, launching and connecting to Amazon EC2 instances, setting Amazon CloudWatch alarms, and the rest.
The AWS console service integrates with Microsoft Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer and Safari browsers
AWS Console Features
Below are some of the features of the AWS console.
- Enable you to personalize your console experience, as you create shortcuts to the services you mostly visit.
- With its resource group feature and collections of resources that share, common tags can be viewed.
- Take advantage of the Tag Editor feature, to easily manage tags for all resource types, that supports tags in any region. This feature, comes in handy, as you add tag keys and values to multiple resources all at once. It also supports global tag search and bulk editing. Which makes it easy to find all resources with a particular tag or make tag changes across multiple resources, with a few clicks.
These are but some of the unique features, AWS console offers.
AWS Console Benefits
- Conveniently, manage their cloud computing, cloud storage as well as other resources running on the Amazon Web Services infrastructure, with Console
- This service, interfaces with all the AWS resources like Elastic compute cloud, Amazon simple storage service, Elastic load balancing, Amazon Relational database service, and AWS Identity and access management.
- Manage your account, with the added advantage of monthly spending monitoring.
- Deployed and existing new applications can be monitored by you
- Adapt to the cloud, as you take advantage of the educational resources, wizards, and workflows provided by the AWS console.
- Drag and drop services links for a personalized view, through Console.
- You also have the access to view, and group resources and applications which share tags, and thereafter, use the Tag Editor, feature to quickly make changes across an entire resource group
- Use the AWS mobile app, to perform operational tasks, from a mobile device.
The console gives you compute power, database storage, and content delivery. As well as services, to enable you to build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability, and reliability.