AWS offers AWS key management services to its clients that enabled its customers to create and control encryption keys. Its fully managed service empowers clients to protect data with this service. AWS KMS offers its customers to create, import, rotate, disable, delete, define usage policies, and audit the use of encryption keys used to secure data. In order to simplify the management of encryption keys used to encrypt data, the KMS is integrated with other AWS services including Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Redshift, Amazon Elastic Transcoder, Amazon WorkMail, and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). The company offers integration of AWS KMS with AWS CloudTrail to provide key usage logs to streamline the auditing, regulatory, and compliance requirements. Request
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AWS Key Management Service offers cloud infrastructure services, such as compute, storage, database, and networking services; platform services that include analytics, enterprise applications, mobile services, and Internet of Things (IoT). Amazon Web Services (AWS) was founded in 2006, and is based in Washington, US. AWS is a subsidiary of Amazon.com, Inc., which provides cloud computing services to the enterprises. The company offers cloud infrastructure services, such as compute, storage, database, and networking services; platform services that include analytics, enterprise applications, mobile services, and Internet of Things (IoT). AWS is a specialist in providing cloud platform to customers for launching their application in secured environment. The most popular solutions offered by AWS to its wide variety of clientele are application hosting, Websites, content delivery, Databases, and Enterprises-IT. Moreover, AWS offers services such as backup and recovery, disaster recovery, big data, financial services, high-performance computing, digital marketing, and E-commerce. The company serves in more than 190 countries worldwide through its wide product portfolio, and cloud platform infrastructure. AWS has data center locations in the US, Europe, Brazil, Singapore, Japan, and Australia. The company serves diversified customers across various verticals such as healthcare, media and entertainment, information technology and communication, government, education, and utilities.