AWS re:Invent 2021: Here’s A Rundown Of The Biggest Partner News
Wade Tyler Millward
Accenture, Syntax and Kasten by Veeam were among the AWS partners to announce big news during AWS re:Invent.
New Premier Partners
Digital services transformation company Ness and multi-cloud applications managed cloud provider Syntax were among the newly announced AWS premier partners during re:Invent.
Teaneck, N.J.-based Ness has competencies in AWS DevOps, migration and financial services, according to a company statement. Ness’ other partners include Microsoft, Salesforce and Snowflake.
Montreal-based Syntax has more than 800 customers, implements and manages enterprise resource planning deployments and counts among its partners AWS, Oracle, SAP, IBM and Microsoft. The company has a Syntax and AWS SAP Migration Factory dedicated to secure, cost-efficient SAP migrations on AWW, according to Syntax.
Earlier this year, Syntax bought Linke, an European provider of services for migrating SAP environments to the Amazon Web Services cloud, and Illumiti, a major SAP systems integration and management consultant and an SAP Platinum partner.