InfoReliance Receives AWS GovCloud (US) Skill Program Designation; John Sankovich Comments

cloud computingAmazon Web Services has recognized InfoReliance for its efforts to manage and operate workloads in the AWS GovCloud (US) cloud platform.

InfoReliance received the AWS GovCloud (US) Skill Program status to acknowledge the former company as a consulting partner under the AWS Partner Network program, InfoReliance said Friday.

John Sankovich, executive vice president for cloud solutions at InfoReliance, said the designation aims to suggest that the company has completed an AWS technical review and evaluation of methodologies, platforms and security best practices for workload management in the cloud.

InfoReliance said the AWS GovCloud (US) has secured a provisional authority to operate from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program’s joint authorization board as part of the FedRAMP high baseline system.

The FedRAMP high baseline certification seeks to permit AWS cloud platform users to run sensitive data and mission-critical applications in cloud environments.

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