AWS management service is a tool that lets you manage all your cloud resources, including Amazon EC2 instances, security groups, and much more. It allows you to manage all these resources from a single interface instead of going through different websites or apps to control them. For example, if you want to create a new security group for your EC2 instance, you can do it directly from the AWS Management Console. If you change the IP address of an EC2 example, you can do that too. It also has a dashboard where you can see all your resources and get quick access to them. Why do you need it? You probably started using Amazon Web Service because it was easy to set up and use, but then you realized there's more than just putting a server on Amazon EC2. Now you're responsible for managing all those servers and figuring out how best to maintain them, which can be time-consuming and stressful if done incorrectly (or not at all). That's where AWS management service comes in handy: it allows you to automate tasks like configuration management and operational management so that they happen behind the scenes, so nothing slips through the cracks or gets overlooked when you're busy doing other things like growing your business or speaking at conferences.