Red River Joins AWS Managed Service Provider Program

Red River Joins AWS Managed Service Provider Program

Amazon Web Services has certified Red River as a managed service provider after the completion of a third-party audit process.

Red River said Thursday the status validates its capacity to proactively automate, monitor and manage customers’ cloud environments.

In addition, the company has secured AWS Government Competency status and is eligible to offer the Amazon EC2 tool under the Microsoft Windows Server Partners program.

“We will continue to evolve and grow our managed services capabilities to better enable our customers to focus on accelerating the growth and transformation of their organizations,” said Dan McGee, chief operations officer at Red River.

Red River, in a move to expand its managed services capabilities, acquired CWPS in September.

You may also be interested in...

Paul Dillahay President

NCI Partners With Mercyhurst to Advance AI Platform; Paul Dillahay Quoted

NCI Information Systems has entered an academic partnership with Mercyhurst University to advance NCI’s artificial intelligence (AI) technology for the federal government. “We’re excited to work with Mercyhurst University to further augment the NCI Empower AI platform,” said Paul Dillahay, president and CEO of NCI and a 2020 Wash100 Award recipient.

James McFadyen VP

Former Leonardo DRS Exec James McFadyen Joins Fairbanks Morse as Aftermarket Business Lead

James McFadyen, formerly a vice president at Leonardo DRS' naval power systems group, has been named VP and general manager of the aftermarket business at Fairbanks Morse.

NuScale Power small modular nuclear reactor plant design

Fluor Plans to Support NuScale Reactor Project Through Potential $1.35B DOE Funding Vehicle

The Department of Energy has cleared a funding vehicle worth potentially $1.355B for a public power consortium-led project that includes construction of a small modular reactor plant by NuScale Power, which Fluor holds a majority stake in. Fluor said Monday it plans to support Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems and NuScale in establishing a clean-energy SMR system through UAMPS' Carbon Free Power Project.