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Amazon Machine Learning and Amazon Elastic File System: A Perspective for APN Partners

At the AWS San Francisco Summit on April 9, we announced two new AWS services: Amazon Machine Learning and Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS). In this post, we will discuss some of the ways that you might think about how you can utilize these new services to build your business on AWS. Build smarter applications with Amazon Machine Learning, a predictive analytics service, and take advantage of high availability, shared, easy-to-use file storage for Amazon EC2 applications.

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All-In Technology Partners on AWS

The APN Partner community has always been a core part of our strategy for bringing the greatest amount of value to our customers. We are committed to working with the industry’s best independent software vendors (ISVs) to help them bring highly valued enterprise software to AWS that customers need to accelerate their business. By working with […]

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Cloud Deduplication, On-Demand: StorReduce, an APN Technology Partner

Develop. Disrupt. Repeat. Our goal is to provide our APN Partners with the services, support, and resources they need to provide their end customers with innovative value-added services and solutions on the AWS platform. We love hearing stories about the unique products our APN Technology Partners have developed that integrate with the AWS platform, and today […]

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Read the Newest APN Partner Success Story – Infor, an Advanced APN Technology Partner

Infor, one of the world’s leading providers of enterprise applications, offers deep industry-specific applications and suites, engineered for speed, and with an innovative user experience design that is simple, transparent, and elegant. At the AWS Summit in San Francisco in 2014, Infor CEO Charles Phillips took the stage to discuss Infor’s business model, how’s it’s changing, […]

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AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional Exam Now Available

We encourage our APN Partners to develop strong DevOps practices, as it improves the agility and performance of your organization, and allows you to innovate and iterate quicker. It is also crucial for migration and implementation practices, as it allows you to embrace automation in deployment. Additionally, a strong DevOps practice provides stable, secure, and predictable […]

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Achieving Reporting and Analytics in the Cloud, Your Way: On-Demand for AWS Customers with TIBCO, an Advanced APN Technology Partner

We’re all about innovation at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Along with consistently increasing our own pace of innovation, our goal is to empower our AWS Partner Network (APN) Partners to utilize AWS Services to become innovators in their respective spaces. When our APN Partners focus on innovation, the result is disruptive solutions for end customers […]

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Want to Learn More about the APN? Come Visit Our Team at the AWS Pop-up Loft on February 19th!

In addition to the numerous in-person resources readily available for those interested in AWS at the AWS Pop-up Loft (such as the ability to work 1:1 with a member of the AWS technical team), the Loft hosts a number of special events on a wide range of topics. Next Thursday, February 19th, we’re excited to host our very own […]

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Getting Started with Ansible and Dynamic Amazon EC2 Inventory Management

Editor’s note: For the latest information on Amazon EC2, visit the Amazon EC2 website or the AWS Blog category for Amazon EC2. By Brandon Chavis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Today, the options for configuration and orchestration management seem nearly endless, making it daunting to find a tool that works well for you and your organization. […]

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Visit the AWS Pop-up Loft for AWS HealthTech Day, Thursday, Jan. 29th

The AWS Pop-up Loft, located in San Francisco, CA, is a community space established for those interested in AWS to utilize to receive in-person AWS technical guidance, at no charge, on an as-needed basis. As Jeff Barr’s explained, you can think of the Loft as “technical interaction on demand.” In addition to the availability of […]

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