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Cloud Solutions Provider AllCloud Enters Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS

By Tracey E. Schelmetic

Across the business world, enterprise customers are increasingly relying on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to further their desired business outcomes more quickly by transitioning to a modern, optimized, cloud-based model. To do so, many companies are forming Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS. These agreements enhance end users’ ability to leverage the full suite of software-as-a-service (SaaS) products and cloud-native application services to migrate, build, secure, and operate their applications on AWS.

AllCloud is an Israel-based cloud solutions provider specializing in cloud stack, infrastructure, platform, and software-as-a-service. The company, which is a Salesforce Platinum Partner, recently announced a Strategic Collaboration Agreement that will help AllCloud customers use AWS to accelerate their company’s digital transformations.

Under the terms of the multi-year agreement, AllCloud and AWS teams will collaborate to accelerate AWS adoption by onboarding of new customers across the startup, independent software vendor, and enterprise segments. The agreement provides resources that cover training, marketing and solutions development, which AllCloud will use to extend AWS services across the U.S., DACH (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) and Israeli markets.

An AWS Premier Consulting Partner and audited AWS Managed Services Provider (MSP) Partner since 2008, AllCloud holds six AWS Competency designations and has completed over 3,000 cloud deployments.

“As an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, AllCloud has continuously demonstrated its ability to deliver value to AWS customers, earning the trust and support of our team along the way,” said Doug Yeum, Head of Global Partner Organization at Amazon Web Services, Inc., in a statement. “We are delighted to continue and expand our relationship with AllCloud, strategically, as it builds and extends its professional and managed services to support customers across industries in their migration and modernization journeys.”

AllCloud noted that the SCA will strengthen its relationship with AWS and more easily allow its customers to accelerate the value they realize from AWS and more quickly move to a state of continuous cloud innovation.

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Edited by Maurice Nagle

MSPToday Contributor

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