ECS Builds Center of Excellence for Cloud Support Services; John Sankovich Comments

John Sankovich

ECS has established a center of excellence to help government and commercial customers orchestrate cloud computing initiatives and manage the life cycle of cloud adoption strategies.

The company said Monday its Cloud CoE will provide clients access to multiple technology platforms from Amazon Web ServicesIBMMicrosoft and Google.

John Sankovich, vice president of cloud solutions at ECS, said the company seeks to help organizations leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning tools as well as and cybersecurity and governance approaches.

The facility will offer services through the ECS Common Cloud Framework, which contains a set of standards to develop policies, tools and processes.

CCoE also administers the ECS Cloud University that helps train and certify partners, clients and employees on cloud technology and business analysis.

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