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20 Solution Providers With New AWS Partner Statuses And Competencies

The top-ranked public cloud provider continues to build out its expansive global partner network by introducing the Amazon Connect Service Delivery Partner program.

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Cloudinary Lands AWS Digital Customer Experience Competency

Cloudinary, an end-to-end media management platform provider, has attained the AWS Digital Customer Experience Competency with a focus on workloads based on content management.

Cloudinary provides a cloud-based media, full-stack platform used by web developers and marketers to manage images, videos and other rich media assets. Its clients include AMC, Bleacher Report, Conde Nast, DoorDash, Fairfax Media, Forbes, Gizmodo, GrubHub, Hinge, Indiegogo, Lululemon Athletica, Outbrain, Stitch Fix, StubHub, Under Armour and Whole Foods Market.

“Brands understand the need to deliver personalized, seamless customer experiences, but continue to be challenged by the many technologies and processes needed to execute them consistently and at scale,” said Daniel Amitai, vice president of business development strategy and innovation at Cloudinary, which is based in Santa Clara, Calif. “Our team is committed to ensuring that companies can minimize those complexities, keep pace with the digital innovations that the AWS ecosystem provides and achieve their technology and digital marketing goals.”


Immuta Earns Advanced Technology Partner

College Park, Md.-based Immuta, an automated data governance software company, has earned AWS Advanced Technology Partner status.

Immuta was founded in 2014 based on a mission within the U.S. intelligence community to build a platform that accelerates self-service access and control of sensitive data. Its scalable, no-code approach makes it easy for users to access the data they need, when they need it, while protecting sensitive data and ensuring their customers’ privacy, according to the company.

“A critical component of working with data in the cloud is to ensure consistent access and compliant control, so that organizations can protect sensitive data regardless of where that data resides,” Rob Lancaster, general manager of the Immuta cloud business unit, said in a statement. “Immuta provides AWS customers with fine-grained data access and control, and that’s why we are seeing significant demand from customers across all industries to run Immuta on AWS.”

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