Amazon Web Services charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Amazon Web Services.

You might see Amazon Web Services listed on your credit card statement as:
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Amazon Web Services could appear on your statement as:

What is Amazon Web Services?

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies, and governments. The company was founded in 2006 and has since grown to become one of the largest cloud computing providers in the world. AWS has multiple data centers spread across the globe, making it possible for customers to access its services from any location. Some of the key benefits of AWS include scalability, reliability, and affordability, making it popular among startups, small businesses, and large enterprises.

Here are the top 5 products and services that AWS provides for customers:

  1. EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud): this is a web-based service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. Customers can use EC2 to launch virtual machines (also known as instances) and power their applications.
  2. S3 (Simple Storage Service): this is an object storage service that allows customers to store and retrieve data from anywhere at any time. S3 is scalable, highly available, and durable, making it the ideal storage solution for businesses of all sizes.
  3. RDS (Relational Database Service): this is a fully managed database service that allows customers to easily create, operate, and scale relational databases. RDS supports multiple database engines, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, Oracle, and MariaDB.
  4. Lambda: this is a serverless computing service that allows customers to run code without provisioning or managing servers. With Lambda, customers can run code for virtually any type of application or backend service, all with zero administration.
  5. CloudFormation: this is a service that allows customers to model and provision their AWS resources using templates. CloudFormation makes it easy to manage one or more stacks as a single unit, giving customers the ability to automate deployment and ensure consistency across environments.

Amazon Web Services website:

“Accurate classification of expenses is vital for businesses as it forms the backbone of financial reporting, tax compliance, and strategic decision-making. It enables businesses to track and analyze their spending patterns, identify cost-saving opportunities, and assess the profitability of various operations or projects.”
Audrey Carroll
Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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