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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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SAIC Scores AWS DevOps Competency

Reston, Va.-based Science Applications International Corp. has attained the AWS DevOps Competency for its experience in helping customers implement continuous integration and continuous delivery practices (CI/CD) and automate infrastructure provisioning and management on AWS.

SAIC is a technology integrator working in the federal government and commercial markets, including the defense, space, federal civilian and intelligence sectors. It provides systems engineering and integration, enterprise IT, cloud services, cyber, software, advanced analytics and simulation, and training solutions.

The company, which is a member of the AWS Public Sector Partner program, previously achieved AWS Government Competency status.

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Advanced Technology Partner Status For JASK

Austin, Texas-based JASK, a cloud-native security information and event management (SIEM) platform provider, now has AWS Advanced Technology Partner status.

The APN Advanced Technology Partner designation, the highest tier for APN Technology Partners, is for organizations that provide software and SaaS solutions.

The JASK SIEM Autonomous Security Operations Center platform was built on AWS. It streamlines security analyst workflows by automating repetitive tasks that restrict productivity, freeing them for higher-value roles such as threat hunting and vulnerability management.

“There’s no doubt that SIEM platforms are ready for a move to the cloud,” Rob Fry, vice president of engineering at JASK, said in a statement. “It provides SOC (security operations center) teams with leap-level benefits by easily aggregating high volumes of usage and activity data while providing easy programmatic interfaces for retrieval and analysis in the cloud.”

 
 
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