Category: Public Sector Partners
Thank you for joining us in Las Vegas for AWS re:Invent 2023. We hope you enjoyed all of the educational content and big announcements. If you missed anything or just want to recap, we have rounded up the most relevant launches and program updates available for the AWS Partner and AWS Marketplace communities, including the AWS Partner Keynote with Ruba Borno, which showcased how AWS is improving the partner experience to guide partners to higher-value opportunities and longer-term success.
We are looking forward to bringing you AWS re:Invent 2023 both in-person and virtually. The conference is November 27 – December 1 in Las Vegas, with virtual opportunities to watch keynotes and Innovation Talks live. All of us at AWS are excited to connect with AWS Partners and AWS Marketplace Sellers from around the globe. To help you prepare, we’ve compiled a list of key re:Invent information for our AWS Partner and AWS Marketplace communities.
Announced during a Partner Awards Gala at AWS re:Invent, the 2022 AWS Partner Awards recognize a wide range of AWS Partners which have embraced specialization, innovation, and collaboration over the past year. AWS Partner Awards honor partners whose business models continue to evolve and thrive on AWS as they work with customers. Please join us in congratulating these top AWS Partners who are dedicated to helping customers build, market, and sell their offerings so they can grow successful cloud businesses.
We are thrilled to announce the AWS Smart City Competency, which will deliver world-class AWS Partner recommendations to customers searching to build and deploy innovative smart city solutions. The AWS Smart City Competency will differentiate highly specialized AWS Partners with a demonstrated deep technical expertise and proven track record of customer success within the Smart City use cases.
The State of Utah’s Office of Recovery Services has successfully moved a 25-years-old mainframe application to AWS GovCloud (US)—in budget and on time—using mainframe modernization capabilities from Deloitte and AWS. The story behind this effort shows how beneficial such a move can be, from a day-to-day perspective and from a strategic perspective. It demonstrates that a high degree of automation and standardization makes this a riskless approach for getting rid of legacy technology such as COBOL and VSAM.
Element 84, in collaboration with AWS and Geoscience Australia, has released the Sentinel-2 Cloud-Optimized GeoTIFF (COG) dataset on AWS Open Data. Sentinel-2 is an important platform for Earth observation, and its imagery contributes to ongoing research in climate change, land use, and emergency management. By making the Sentinel-2 archive more cloud-native, we are making the data more user-friendly and (hopefully) making the lives of emergency managers, climate scientists, and policy makers that much easier.
When it comes to healthcare and patient data, managing and storing data involves some of the greatest challenges of any industry. Disparate input sources, the need for real-time monitoring, and HIPAA data security and regulatory compliance are all necessary to maintain sensitive and personally identifiable health records. Learn how SourceFuse’s hospital ancillary revenue insights solution helps extract, analyze, and generate business insights and KPIs using patient prescription information from thousands of e-prescriptions.