The Walt Disney Company has announced that they will be using Amazon Web Services as their cloud provider for the global rollout for Disney+. The Walt Disney Company has identified Amazon’s ability to support their rapid growth as their platform has quickly passed 100 million subscribers.
Amazon Web services continues to dominate the cloud market as they already support other media giants including Netflix, HBO, and Hulu. This demonstrates that the market sees the value that AWS can provide over their competitors Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and IBM Cloud.
Amazon is known for listening to the development community and heavily investing in the AWS platform and services which many have attributed as the reason behind their success and widespread adoption. Disney Streaming Services’ executive vice president and CTO Joe Inzerillo stated, “AWS has been our preferred cloud provider for years, and its proven global infrastructure and expansive suite of services has contributed meaningfully to the incredible success of Disney+.”
As Amazon Web Services continues to be the primary choice in the cloud computing market, the job market has followed. There has been a steady increase in the demand for cloud architects, developers, and admins as companies transition from datacenters on site to the cloud.
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