DLT, A Cloud Guru Form Public Sector Cloud Training Partnership

Jeff Brody

DLT Solutions and A Cloud Guru have teamed up to offer cloud training services to government clients. The partnership will allow public sector customers to purchase ACG's learning tool at preferred prices via the Amazon Web Services marketplace under the Consulting Partner Private Offer initiative, DLT said Wednesday. ACG has provided accreditation and skills training to over 900,000 users from 186 countries in a move to help them secure cloud computing jobs.

“By partnering with A Cloud Guru, we expect to accelerate growth and speed of cloud adoption for our public sector customers and cement DLT's position as the premier public sector cloud distributor,“ said Danny Climo, vice president of enterprise platforms at DLT.

DLT also plans to help other organizations access a broad range of cloud-based services through the Cloud Navigator program.

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