CloudHealth Technologies Achieves AWS Cloud Management Tools Competency Status

CloudHealth Technologies has announced it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Management Tools Competency status, demonstrating that the company is highly proficient at helping AWS customers to provision and manage AWS workloads through its cloud management platform.

In order for an AWS Partner Network (APN) member to achieve AWS Cloud Management Tools Competency status, they must demonstrate specialized technical proficiency at administering, provisioning, managing, and optimizing AWS resources, have a deep understanding of the AWS platform, and be able to seamlessly deliver solutions specifically for AWS customers. In the case of CloudHealth Technologies, the main focus of its platform is Cloud Governance and Resource & Cost Optimization.

Through the platform, companies can analyze their current cloud usage and monitor and manage cloud cost, security, and performance. The platform helps businesses to drive growth, provides complete visibility of multi-cloud environments as they scale, and allows policies to be automated to help companies maintain total control of their AWS environments.

The AWS Competency Program was started to recognize the companies that have a deep understanding of AWS and can give their customers the benefit of their AWS experience and expertise and help them integrate and deploy scalable, flexible, and cost-effective cloud solutions.

“Achieving AWS Cloud Management Tools Competency Status further validates our technology and vision as we continue to help customers accelerate their business by leveraging the agility, breadth of services, and pace of innovation that AWS provides,” said Joe Kinsella, Founder and CTO of CloudHealth Technologies.

One customer that has adopted the CloudHealth platform and has reaped the rewards is the Latin America on-demand delivery startup Rappi. The company has been able to make huge savings by using the platform.  “On a daily basis, I get an alert to approve a workflow to create snapshots and then delete unattached EBS volumes. This has saved us $5,000 a month,” said Jesus Sanchez, Project Manager of DevOps and Infrastructure at Rappi.

Author: NetSec Editor