Infosys named AWS Cloud Operations Competency Launch Partner
Infosys has been recognized as a launch partner for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Operations Specialization. The Infosys AWS CloudOps capability will enable a secure and efficient way for enterprises to operate in the cloud, accelerate automation, and enhance customer experiences. AWS Cloud Operations Competency Partners have proven customer success cases in delivering solutions to help them set up, build, migrate, and operate securely and efficiently with an integrated approach to cloud operations.
The Infosys Cloud Operations Services offering is a part of Infosys Cobalt, a powerful set of cross-industry services, solutions, and platforms that enables enterprises to accelerate cloud adoption. Infosys Cobalt enables enterprises to rapidly build cloud native business platforms, drive business agility and growth, foster innovation, and deliver a personalized customer experience.
The AWS Cloud Operations Competency differentiates AWS Partner Network (APN) members with significant expertise in providing cross functional guidance across the five solution areas of Cloud Operations, namely Cloud Financial Management, Cloud Governance, Monitoring and Observability, Compliance and Auditing, and Operations Management. Infosys has qualified for two solution areas namely Cloud Governance and Monitoring and Observability.
In the AWS Cloud Governance solution area, Infosys has a proven track record of helping customers plan, build, and manage hybrid cloud environments that are secure, scalable, and cost-efficient from the start. Enterprises can address potential threats, leverage best practices, and meet compliance requirements even as they integrate with other services and third-party tools.
Infosys helps enterprises use Monitoring and Observability services to understand what is happening across their technology stack at any time, leveraging AWS-native services, Application Performance Monitoring (APM), and open-source solutions. With validated AWS Partners, enterprises can get an end-to-end view into events in cloud, hybrid, or on-premises environments. They also gain insights into the behavior, performance, and health of their systems to reduce the time to detect and resolve issues.