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Category: APN Technology Partners

Powering IoT Innovation on AWS – Bsquare, Eseye, and ThingLogix Highlights, June 2017

Introduction by Terry Wise, Global Vice President, Channels & Alliances at AWS The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way companies collect, store, analyze, and take action from data through connected devices. AWS has built IoT specific services, such as AWS IoT and AWS Greengrass to help you simply and securely connect your devices to […]

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Using TSO Logic Data Analytics and Data Modeling to Demonstrate Cost Advantages of AWS Cloud Migration

By Aaron Rallo, CEO, TSO Logic. This is a guest post from TSO Logic, an Advanced APN Technology Partner and AWS Migration Competency Partner. Let’s say you’re considering migrating to the AWS Cloud, but first want to get a solid grasp on the economics. Maybe your team hasn’t had the time to identify how much […]

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One Year Later: The Value of the AWS Government Competency for APN Partners and Customers

When we launched the AWS Government Competency at the AWS Public Sector Summit in 2016, our mission was to better enable customers to connect with AWS Consulting and Technology Partners who have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven success in managing government workloads. And at the same time, we strive to help innovative APN Partners with […]

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Simplify Your Customer Engagement with AWS and Salesforce Heroku

By Kevin Cochran. Kevin is a Strategic Partner Solutions Architect at AWS.  Imagine what it would be like to write your web application, deploy it, and be done. No servers, no networking—just the excitement of coding and delivering. Now that’s a developer’s paradise—full control over all of the parts needed to do just that! Yet, […]

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Getting to Know APN Genomics Partners BioTeam, DNAnexus, Illumina, and Seven Bridges

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect at AWS This past week, my colleague, Angel Pizarro, and I published a four-part blog series on the AWS Compute Blog that describes how you can build batch genomics workflows on AWS. This approach can be generalized to any type of batch workflow, such […]

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Partner SA Roundup – May 2017

Every month or so I work with our awesome Emerging Partner SA team to highlight the technical innovations we’re seeing from a range of APN Technology Partners. This month, we’re going to hear from Partner SAs Ian Scofield, Juan Villa, and Erin McGill, as well as Partner Development Rep Makda Tesfa-George, who discuss solutions from […]

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Citrix Customers – Bring Your Own Windows Client Licenses for Use on AWS

By Andrew Kloman. Andrew is a Partner Solutions Architect (SA) at AWS.  Citrix customers, did you know that you can bring your own Microsoft Windows client licenses and use them on Amazon Web Services (AWS)? This includes deploying Windows 10 on AWS for your Citrix XenDesktop deployments. Within the Studio console, Citrix XenDesktop supports the […]

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Learn about the SAP and Amazon Web Services Collaboration for Life Sciences Customers

By Christopher Chen. Chris is the Global Strategic Technology Alliances Lead for HCLS at AWS. This week, SAP is holding their annual user conference, SAPPHIRE NOW, and we’re excited to announce a new collaboration between AWS and SAP that will support our mutual Life Sciences customers on their journey to the cloud. SAP has been […]

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Lessons Learned from Working with Amazon Web Services – A Post by Infor

Three years ago, Infor – one of the world’s leading providers of enterprise applications and an AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Technology Partner – announced they were going “all in” on AWS. It has been truly exciting to see their progress as they migrate their business and their enterprise customers to the cloud. From using […]

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Exciting News for Red Hat OpenShift Customers on AWS

Yesterday, Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced an extended strategic alliance to natively integrate access to AWS services into Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With this new offering, Red Hat OpenShift customers will be able to seamlessly configure, deploy, and scale AWS services like Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, Amazon Athena, Amazon Route 53, […]

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