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We recently considered the benefits of AWS. But in the name of fairness and honesty, we'll cover 3 downsides.

1. Billing Can Be Complicated

As brilliant as AWS is, its billing system has a big flaw: it can be very difficult. This can be perplexing for the non-technical small business owner.

As a result, working with us might be preferable. You’ll still have the same impeccable services, but we’ll do the horrible number crunching to ensure you only pay for what you need or use.

2. EC2 Limits on Amazon

The limitation of services by area is the second disadvantage of AWS. As a result, where you live or what area you live in will affect how many services you have access to.

AWS also stops you from using too many resources and wasting too much money as a new user. This is a safeguard designed to keep those with malicious intent from exploiting the company's resources to conduct hacking attacks.

Regrettably, information on the level of resource used is also minimal. If you need more resources, you could always request an increase.

These safeguards have been implemented to maintain the protection and protection of all platform users. 

So, if your motives are pure, it shouldn't be a problem.

3. Typical Cloud Computing Issues

Backup safety, the possibility of data leakage, privacy concerns, security, downtime, and limited control are some of the worries that come with migrating to cloud storage.

Although it's understandable to be worried about these potential issues (and yes, they do exist), the cloud infrastructure already addresses the majority, if not all, of them.

These issues aren't exclusive to AWS; they're standard across the board in the cloud computing industry. However, since Amazon recognises the value of security, your company didn't have to bother with any of that.

Plus, going with Code Enigma gives you the extra reassurance that our qualified and experienced AWS experts are the safe pair of hands you need to avoid these issues as best as we possibly can within our power.

Should You Use Amazon Web Services (AWS)?

Ultimately, the decision is yours. The advantages of AWS are substantial enough to entice someone to give it a try. However, we are aware that there can be drawbacks.

You should now be able to make an educated decision based on the details we've given. However, if you still want assistance, please contact us, and we will gladly assist you.