TJI Amazon Product Database

The Comprehensive Independent List of Amazon Products and Services
Tracking hundreds of Amazon B2C, B2B, and AWS products and programs.
Last Updated 16 October 2018
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Intro

Amazon plays a growing or leadership role in a wide variety of consumer and commercial industries, including internet retail, physical retail, internet infrastructure, media production and distribution (across television, film, music, books, ebooks, magazines, newspapers, gaming, streaming, and more), consumer electronics and integrated software services, home services, building automation and security, global and local logistics networks, payment tools, advertising services, government services, and more.

The TJI Amazon Product Database is a starting point for researchers and analysts to navigate the breadth and depth of Amazon’s hundreds of products and programs. For professionals serious about tracking Amazon across industry sectors on an ongoing basis, subscribe to the TJI Intel, which covers the latest developments across Amazon’s product portfolio.

The TJI Amazon Product Database was created and is edited by Justin Smith, Founder of TJI Research. This is an independent, unofficial resource and is updated on an ongoing basis. Please contact us with tips or to let us know of any errors or omissions below. TJI is not affiliated with or endorsed by Amazon.com, Inc.

Contents
  1. Retail Websites
  2. Retail Apps
  3. Reference Websites and Apps
  4. Subscription Services
  5. Physical Retail Stores
  6. Electronics – Hardware
  7. Integrated Software and Services
  8. Private Label Brand Retail Products
  9. Pharmaceutical Services
  10. Gaming Services
  11. Payment Services
  12. Publishing Imprints
  13. Home and Office Services
  14. Educational Programs
  15. Charitable Programs
  16. Lists, Registries, and Profiles
  17. Marketing Events and Programs
  18. Recommendations and Curation
  19. Employment and Recruiting
  20. Miscellaneous Products and Services
  1. Retail Platforms for Sellers and Vendors
  2. Seller Fulfillment Services
  3. Seller Tools and Programs
  4. Advertising Platforms and Products
  5. Media Publishing and Distribution Platforms
  6. Hardware and Software Developer Platforms and Tools
  7. Publisher Monetization
  8. Streamer Monetization
  9. Logistics
  10. Residential and Retail Property Management
  11. Hospitality
  12. Health Care
  13. Chip Design
  14. Freelance Marketplaces
  15. Business Purchasing and Lines of Credit
  16. Domain Registries
  17. Restaurant and Home Services Vendor Tools
  18. For Educators and Nonprofits
  19. Environmental Programs
  20. Internet Infrastructure
  1. Compute
  2. Storage
  3. Database
  4. Migration
  5. Networking & Content Delivery
  6. Developer Tools
  7. Management Tools
  8. Media Services
  9. Machine Learning
  10. Analytics
  11. Security, Identity, & Compliance
  12. Mobile Services
  13. AR & VR
  14. Application Integration
  15. Customer Engagement
  16. Business Productivity
  17. Desktop & App Streaming
  18. Internet of Things
  19. Game Development
  20. Software
  21. AWS Cost Management
  22. Ecosystem Vendor Programs
  23. Events, Support, and Marketing

 

I. Consumer Products
1. Retail Websites
2. Retail Apps
3. Reference Websites & Apps
4. Subscription Services
  • Amazon Prime – free 2-day shipping, access to content libraries, and other services
    • AmazonFresh – fresh produce and grocery delivery service (additional monthly fee)
    • Prime Exclusives – discounted items
    • Prime Music – streaming music service with access to millions of songs (no additional fee)
      • Music Unlimited – adds access to tens of millions of songs (additional monthly fee)
    • Prime Now – free 2-hour delivery in select markets (or 1-hour delivery for an additional fee)
    • Prime Pantry – non-perishable grocery items in a single box (additional monthly fee)
    • Prime Book Box Kids – curated selections of children’s books (additional fee per box)
    • Prime Photos – photo storage
    • Prime Reading – books, magazines, Audible narration
    • Prime Samples – effectively-free samples of many types of products
    • Prime Video – streaming video service with access to original and licensed content
      • Junk Film by Toei – Amazon channel distributed only on Prime Video Japan (additional monthly fee)
    • Prime Wardrobe – try clothing before you buy
      • Outfit Compare – add photos of yourself and get Amazon’s opinion of which looks better
    • Subscribe & Save – recurring delivery of specific items (discounted from individual purchase price)
    • Twitch Prime – premium Twitch features and ad-free viewing, including 1 subscription per month with a partnered channel (additional monthly fee)
  • Other
5. Physical Retail Stores
  • Whole Foods Retail Stores
  • Amazon Retail Stores
    • Amazon Books – chain of retail bookstores
    • Amazon Go – prototype grocery store without checkout lines
6. Electronics – Hardware
7. Integrated Software and Services
  • Voice Platforms and Services
  • Smart Home Services
  • Operating Systems and Browsers
  • App and Media Stores
  • Amazon App Integrated Services
    • AR View -preview products in your home using AR and the camera
    • Barcode Scanner – scan barcodes to find that item on Amazon
    • Package X-Ray – use the camera to scan a package’s barcode to see what’s inside
    • Part Finder – use the camera to search for screws, nuts, bolts, and fasteners
    • Product Search – point the camera at a product to search for it on Amazon
    • SmileCode Scanner – scan SmileCodes to view associated content
  • Other Integrated Services
  • Other Software Tools
    • Alexa Toolbar – get stats on websites you visit and send data to Amazon
    • Amazon Assistant – browser extension with comparison shopping features
8. Private Label Brand Retail Products
9. Pharmaceutical Services
  • PillPack – online pharmacy (pending acquisition close in 2H18)
10. Gaming Services
  • Twitch – live streaming video platform, originally focused on video games
    • Twitch Extensions – interactive overlays for Twitch made by third parties
    • Twitch Drops – program for live streamers to reward watchers
    • Twitch Bits – virtual currency for viewers to reward streamers with via “Cheers”
  • Amazon Game Studios – video game developer and publisher
  • Other Gaming Services
    • Curse – game portal and network of gaming websites
11. Payment Services
12. Publishing Imprints
13. Home and Office Services
14. Educational Programs
  • Amazon Catalyst – program offering mentorship and funding for social projects by students
  • Amazon Education – hub for Amazon’s education-related initiatives
  • Prime Student – discounted prices on Amazon Prime for students
  • TenMarks.com – personalized learning software for teachers (in process of shutting down)
  • Textbook Rentals – rent and return text books
15. Charitable Programs
16. Lists, Registries, and Profiles
17. Marketing Events and Programs
18. Recommendations and Curation
19. Employment and Recruiting
20. Miscellaneous Products and Services
  • Regional Marketplaces
    • Amazon Tickets – event tickets in the UK
    • Local Finds – goods from local merchants in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and Mumbai, India
  • Trusted Reviewer Programs
    • Amazon Vine – trusted reviewers get access to pre-release products
  • Live TV Shopping Experiences

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II. B2B Products
1. Retail Platforms for Sellers and Vendors
2. Seller Fulfilment Services
  • Fulfillment Programs
  • International Fulfillment Services
    • Global Programs
      • Amazon Global Selling – program to help sellers register their products for sale in Amazon’s global markets
      • FBA Export – allows international customers to purchase export-eligible items
    • European Programs
      • European Fulfillment Network – sellers store inventory in one FC (and register for taxes in 1 country), Amazon lists products in all European country stores, seller pays Amazon cross-border fulfillment fees.
      • Pan-European FBA – sellers send inventory to one FC, Amazon moves inventory across Europe based on demand (so sellers need to register for taxes in each country), seller doesn’t pay Amazon cross-border fees, better customer experience but more tax filing work.
      • Multi-Country Inventory – sellers can manage in which countries Amazon stores inventory
    • Unified Accounts
3. Seller Tools and Programs
4. Advertising Platforms and Products
5. Media Publishing and Distribution Platforms
6. Hardware and Software Developer Platforms and Tools
7. Publisher Monetization
8. Streamer Monetization
  • Affiliate Programs
    • Twitch Partners – program for top streamers to monetize via subscriptions, sales, cheers, and ads
    • Twitch Affiliate – less feature rich version of Partners benefits, but more accessible
9. Logistics
10. Residential and Retail Property Management
  • Amazon Hub – lockers marketed to building managers for residents to receive packages (from anyone)
  • Amazon Locker – lockers marketed to retail property owners for receiving deliveries and making returns (of Amazon purchases)
11. Hospitality
  • Alexa for Hospitality – allows hotels/hosts to integrate guest services and personalize guest experiences via in-room Echos
12. Health Care
13. Chip Design
14. Freelance Marketplaces
15. Business Purchasing and Lines of Credit
16. Domain Registries
  • Amazon Registry – registry for several top-level domains
    • .bot – domains to provide an “identity and portal” for bots
    • .家電 – IDN that translates to “consumer electronics” in Japanese
    • .クラウド – IDN that translates to “cloud” in Japanese
    • .食品 – IDN that translates to “food” in Chinese
    • .セール – IDN that translates to “sale” in Japanese
    • .ストア – IDN that translates to “store” in Japanese
    • .moi – IDN that translates to “me” in French
17. Restaurant and Home Services Vendor Tools
  • Amazon Restaurant Manager app (Android) – app for restaurant managers to manage Amazon food orders
  • Selling Services on Amazon app (iOS, Android) – app for technicians and vendors to manage their Amazon jobs
18. For Educators and Nonprofits
19. Environmental Programs
20. Internet Infrastructure

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III. AWS Products
1. Compute (home)
2. Storage (home)
3. Database (home)
  • Amazon RDS – scalable relational database service with several engines to choose from, including Amazon Aurora, PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, and Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Amazon Aurora – MySQL and PostgreSQL compatible relational database
  • Amazon DynamoDB – NoSQL database service
  • Amazon ElastiCache – in-memory data store, with choice of Redis or Memcached engines
  • Amazon Redshift – data warehousing service
    • Redshift Spectrum – extend Redshift beyond data stored on local disks to S3 also
  • Amazon Neptune – graph database service
  • Amazon SimpleDB – non-relational database that is no longer updated
4. Migration (home)
5. Networking & Content Delivery (home)
6. Developer Tools (home)
  • AWS CodeStar – development service to build and deploy apps on AWS
  • AWS CodeCommit – source control service that hosts private Git repositories
  • AWS CodeBuild – fully managed build service
  • AWS CodeDeploy – tool for automating software deployments
  • AWS CodePipeline -tool for automating build, test, and release processes
  • AWS Cloud9 – IDE to write, run, and debug code in browser
  • AWS X-Ray – tools for analyzing and debugging distributed apps
  • AWS Tools & SDKs – hub for Amazon’s developer SDKs
  • AWS Amplify – library for building cloud-connected apps with JavaScript
7. Management Tools (home)
8. Media Services (home)
9. Machine Learning (home)
10. Analytics (home)
11. Security, Identity, & Compliance (home)
12. Mobile Services (home)
13. AR & VR (home)
14. Application Integration (home)
15. Customer Engagement (home)
16. Business Productivity (home)
17.Desktop & App Streaming (home)
18. Internet of Things (home)
  • AWS IoT Core – platform that lets connected devices interact with apps and other devices
  • Amazon FreeRTOS – operating system for microcontroller-based edge devices
  • AWS Greengrass – extends AWS to devices so they can act locally on the data they generate
  • AWS IoT 1-Click – service for simple devices to trigger actions like Lambda functions
    • AWS IoT 1-Click App – app for configuring claimed AWS IoT devices (iOS, Android)
  • AWS IoT Analytics – analytics service for IoT device data
  • AWS IoT Button – programmable button based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware
    • AWS IoT Button Dev app –  app for helping developers get started (iOS, Android)
    • AWS IoT Button WiFi app – app for configuring an AWS IoT Button (iOS, Android)
  • AWS IoT Device Defender – service for securing IoT devices
  • AWS IoT Device Management – service for managing IoT devices at scale
19. Game Development
20. Software (home)
  • AWS Marketplace – catalog of third party software tools that run on AWS
21. AWS Cost Management (home)
22. Ecosystem Vendor Programs
23. Events, Support, and Marketing

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