Technology Consulting Firm InfoReliance Passes the AWS Cloud Audit as a Managed Service Partner for the Fourth Year

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InfoReliance, a provider of expertise in the development of cloud computing and cybersecurity including Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud) solutions, has been accepted into the elite group of AWS Next-Generation Managed Service Partners (MSP) for the fourth year in a row.

aws cloud partner networkThe AWS MSP program is comprised of partners who excel at delivering solutions on AWS through a managed service model. The rigorous, 3rd party audit would distinguish InfoReliance as a partner who has demonstrated expertise to support customers through all phases of cloud adoption life cycle, including plan, design, migrate, build, and optimize. The AWS goal with the Audited MSP program is to recognize AWS Partners that provide the best AWS Cloud managed service experience for their customers.

Each year AWS raises the technical and operational requirements, including extensive successful past performance and public use case references. This year, the AWS audit included technical capabilities such as machine learning, in addition to assessments of business health, cloud capabilities, overall AWS Cloud expertise, business management, billing and cost management, solution design, application migration, security, support, service levels agreements, optimization, and customer obsession.

“Increasingly our customers are turning to AWS for their mission critical workloads,” said John Sankovich, Executive Vice President of Cloud Services. “The AWS MSP audit provides these customers with the assurance that AWS has evaluated InfoReliance as meeting their highest level of MSP requirements and capabilities. In addition to our AWS Premier Consulting Partner status, the AWS Audited MSP recognition really demonstrates our ongoing commitment to delivering exceptional AWS expertise to our customers.”

InfoReliance, an ECS company, is a technology consulting firm that serves customers across U.S. Public Sector and commercial industries. InfoReliance would count every Cabinet-level federal agency and numerous Fortune 500 companies, as its clients.