Amazon Web Services could offer microsites according to domain buys WHOIS record

It appears Amazon’s suite of web services could be growing.

According to some recent domain buys, Amazon Web Services (AWS) may be offering functionality or services to developers for microsites, beyond hosting.

The company hasn’t made any official announcement as of yet, but Amazon’s legal department registered the domains and on November 29, as shown in the picture above.

Microsites are usually no more than a few pages and used to promote an event.


New feature for Amazon’s cloud on its way according to domains: Elastic Cache

Amazon Cloud

It looks like Amazon’s cloud services will be adding more functionality, this time in the way of a caching service for Amazon’s scalable cloud.

The company has registered a slew of domain names this week, including two mentioned in a post yesterday that tipped off the cloud caching service.

Here’s a look at the company’s latest domain name registrations, which also include more names for it’s newly introduced Kindle Cloud Reader spotted by TechCrunch.

The domains were all registered on August 8 by Amazon’s legal department through its registrar-of-choice MarkMonitor.