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What Is AWS Global Infrastructure

AWS Global Infrastructure gives you the flexibility of choosing how and where you want to run your workloads, and when you do you are using the same network, control plane, API's, and AWS services.



The AWS Global Infrastructure includes Regions, Availability Zones, Edge Locations, Local Zones, Wavelength Zones and more.


Region describes the actual, real-life geographic location where your public cloud resources are located.


Availability Zones are distinct locations within an AWS Region that are engineered to be isolated from failures in other Availability Zones.


Edge Location is a site that CloudFront uses to cache copies of your content for faster delivery to users at any location.


Local Zones are a type of AWS infrastructure deployment that place compute, storage, database, and other select services closer to large population, industry, and IT centers, enabling you to deliver applications that require single-digit millisecond latency to end-users.


Wavelength Zones are AWS infrastructure deployments that embed AWS compute and storage services within telecommunications providers' data centers at the edge of the 5G network, so application traffic can reach application servers running in Wavelength Zones without leaving the mobile providers' network.



How AWS Global Infrastructure Works

AWS Global Infrastructure gives you the flexibility of choosing how and where you want to run your workloads, and when you do you are using the same network, control plane, API's, and AWS services.


Benefits of AWS Global Infrastructure

Security & Data Protection High availability & performance Flexible with a range of tools Easy to use.

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