DLT Solutions Gets Amazon Web Services Government Competency Certification

cloud computingDLT Solutions has earned Amazon Web Services‘ Government Competency certification for DLT’s work to support government customer readiness for cloud migration.

DLT said Tuesday it will build on its earlier certification as an AWS Managed Service Provider to help customers establish their “cloud readiness factor” and provide them support for AWS cloud services.

AWS Government Competency recognizes AWS Partner Network members that demonstrate experience in working with government customers to deploy workload and applications to the cloud.

Gary Danoff, DLT cloud division’s senior vice president of sales, said the company has worked with AWS to deploy new cloud computing technology to the government sector for the past five years.

“Inclusion in these AWS programs strengthens our partnership and supports our mission in helping customers move to the cloud, including assisting agencies to meet federal mandates such as Cloud First,” he added.

DLT said it is also a launch partner of the AWS GovCloud (US) Skill Program designed to identify certified APN partners with workload support experience for the AWS GovCloud (US) Region.

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