AWS Renews CSRA’s Managed Service Provider Partner Status

AWS Renews CSRA's Managed Service Provider Partner Status - top government contractors - best government contracting eventCSRA has been re-certified as a partner under Amazon Web ServicesManaged Service Provider program.

The MSP Partner designation allows CSRA to offer proactive monitoring, automation and management of customers’ cloud environments, the company said Thursday.

CSRA initially obtained the designation in February 2017 following an assessment of the firm’s application migration and cloud infrastructure offerings.

An independent third-party organization performed the second evaluation and validated that CSRA’s cloud infrastructure and application migration practices on AWS comply with more than 100 controls set forth by the MSP Partner program.

CSRA has been a member of the AWS Partner Network since 2015 and is a Premier Consulting Partner — a status given to APN members who have achieved the highest certifications.

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