DLT Gets Distribution License for CloudCheckr Software, Services

Jeff Brody

DLT Solutions has received a license to distribute CloudCheckr software and services to Amazon Web Services consulting partners and clients in the public sector.

CloudCheckr is a cloud management platform designed to help government organizations automate security and cost management for public cloud environments, DLT said Monday.

"We are very excited grow our partnership with CloudCheckr as its public sector distributor," said Danny Climo, vice president of cloud platforms at DLT.

"This announcement demonstrates DLT's commitment to our public sector customers and partners to offer best-in-breed products that help reduce the operational burden of managing a cloud environment, thus increasing their cloud profitability,” Climo added.

Through the distribution license, DLT will provide AWS clients and consulting partners access to analytics, security, compliance, expense management, cost optimization and other CloudCheckr features.

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