InfoReliance to Provide Amazon Web Services Cloud Systems to Justice Dept, GAO

technology, cyber, cloud, computerInfoReliance will provide Amazon Web Services infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service cloud systems to the Justice Department and Government Accountability Office under a prime contract with DOJ..

The technology consulting firm said Friday the IaaS and PaaS offerings will work to facilitate security and service delivery for development, testing, quality assurance and production operations.

The contract with DOJ also covers several multi-day AWS training, architecture design review sessions and technical support services, InfoReliance added.

InfoReliance is a managed service provider, advanced consulting partner and tier one reseller for AWS systems.

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