DLT to Feature Cloud Consulting Offerings at AWS Public Sector Summit

DLTDLT Solutions will feature its Amazon Web Services offerings and cloud consulting services during the AWS Public Sector Summit from June 20 to 21 in Washington D.C.’s Washington Marriott Wardman Park.

The public sector technology provider will showcase how it works to help government clients determine their Cloud Readiness Factor and how its managed services offering supports the AWS platform, DLT said Thursday.

DLT will also feature service offerings from Akamai, AutodeskNetApp, Red Hat, Sqrrl, Symantec and Veritas during the event.

“The Summit is a world class conference and a great opportunity to collaborate with other industry leaders and our joint public sector customers,” said Gary Danoff, DLT cloud division senior vice president for sales.

He added that DLT and AWS have been partners for five years and have provided public sector cloud consulting services.

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