Day1 Solutions, a cloud solutions provider based in the Washington area, now offers its customers connections to the Amazon Web Service (AWS) Direct Connect service. Day1 Solutions is also a provider of FedRAMP (The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) cloud solutions, with added security and compliancy for government & commercial clients.
Day1 leveraging AWS Direct Connect, provides added benefits for U.S. government entities and those doing business with state, local, and federal agencies.
“Offering a connection to AWS Direct Connect is not only recognition of Day1’s expertise in data center management, it is also recognition of our capability to develop even more Direct Connect managed networks and innovative solutions for our clients,” said Luis Benavides, Founder and CEO of Day1 Solutions. “We’re pleased to be an AWS Partner Network (APN) provider offering AWS Direct Connect service to our customers, because the cloud should be integrated throughout the enterprise.”
With AWS Direct Connect, Day1 Solutions brings the AWS Cloud directly to its customers, specializing in designing the best network connection for their optimal experience.
“Day1 Solutions now has the resources to offer our customers a FedRAMP compliant cloud architecture that will facilitate the increase of enterprise workloads in public and hybrid environments,” said Jeffrey Poplin, Vice President of Public Sector for Day1. “Allowing for improved IT flexibility, securing sensitive information, while minimizing the costs and resources to implement cloud based solutions.”
Day1 Solutions is a member of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network and is an Advanced Consulting Partner, Authorized Government Partner, Managed Service Partner and Channel Reseller Partner.
“I am pleased that we can now provide our customers transformative IT solutions,” said Matt Collins, Vice President of Engineering & Solutions for Day1 Solutions. “With white-glove services that extend from getting a client’s network up and running, to importing and exporting large-scale data, to maintaining high-speed low-latency connections, and providing near-cloud hosting for applications that cannot completely or fully migrate to the cloud.”