Yes, it absolutely is. Many our customers, and we ourselves use EasyMorph in Amazon AWS.
EasyMorph Server doesn’t include desktop EasyMorph, but they both can be installed on the same machine, e.g. a EC2 server.
Create a repository with database connectors in EasyMorph desktop. Then copy it to the AWS server so that projects on the AWS server are using the same database connections. You may need to tweak firewall settings on the AWS server in order to open ports and IPs needed to access databases hosted on Amazon. If you don’t have time/knowledge how to do it, we can provide installation and configuration services (paid on per hour basis).
Developing in browser is not possible – projects are developed in desktop EasyMorph. Publishing to EasyMorph Server (e.g. hosted on Amazon AWS) is done by pressing Publish. If the database connectors on the Server have the same names as in your local repository everything works seamlessly.
If you would like to try EasyMorph Server send us a request to firstname.lastname@example.org for an EasyMorph Server trial license.