SUSE Professional Services Now Available in AWS Marketplace

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Global open-source solutions provider SUSE has launched its SUSE Professional Services in AWS Marketplace. It includes SUSE consultancy, training, and premium support. Clients of Amazon Web Services (AWS) may now use SUSE professional services in addition to the SUSE software that is already accessible through AWS Marketplace.

SUSE is one of the first Linux operating system vendors to provide premium support and consulting services directly through AWS Marketplace.

“Over the past couple of years, SUSE has seen significant movement by our customers to public cloud providers such as AWS,” said Kenny Stewart, head of SUSE Global Services and Support. “We’ve always been committed to going where our customers need to go, so we’ve worked with AWS to ensure customers can obtain the consulting, training and premium support services they need, right in AWS Marketplace with their SUSE technology solutions. It’s another way to help ensure they can innovate everywhere.”

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Photo Kenny Stewart, head of SUSE Global Services and Support
“Over the past couple of years, SUSE has seen significant movement by our customers to public cloud providers such as AWS,” said Kenny Stewart, head of SUSE Global Services and Support.

SUSE now provides cloud users comprehensive solutions that comprise both software and accompanying professional services, tailoring each offer to fit individual client demands, thanks to its partnership with AWS. SUSE services help guarantee mission-critical applications function efficiently in the cloud, avoiding downtime and improving clients’ companies in their particular markets, as they progressively migrate to the cloud.

“We are delighted SUSE’s offerings are now available in AWS Marketplace,” said Chris Grusz, director of Business Development, AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, and AWS Control Tower at AWS. “It gives our shared customers more options and greater confidence as they run their applications on the cloud.”

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