Unveils AWS Managed Cloud Offering Unveils AWS Managed Cloud Offering has launched a managed cloud offering to provide customers with cloud services and cloud management for Amazon Web Services. has unveiled a managed cloud offering that gives clients "fast, flexible access" via Amazon (AMZN) Web Services (AWS). In using AWS, is looking to provide customers with a cloud services and cloud management.

The company is a channel player that has provided customers with IT services since 2006, and now is ready to jump into the AWS game. Through AWS, it will offer customers a "complete set of cloud computing services" to give them an alternative to customers buying and managing their own IT infrastructure. According to, it's a great fit for customers that are looking for scalable, redundant and on-demand compute and storage services.

"We are thrilled to work with AWS to offer more flexibility to customers in the new, cloud-driven world and to further enhance our customers' experience with," said Kirill Bensonoff,'s founder, in a prepared statement.

Here's what is promising its customers:

  • Design and diagram a redundant, highly available, scalable and cost-efficient cloud scenario.
  • Creation of a pilot proof of concept, and then migration of workloads into the cloud, with no downtime.
  • Continuous monitoring of cloud deployment using CloudWatch and agent-based tools.
  • Fast response to critical issues and support questions— promises response in less than 30 minutes 24/7.
  • Budget planning.
  • Help to use their Reserved Instances and other resources most efficiently to optimize costs.
  • Billing reports provided monthly.

The offerings look like a good option for IT solutions providers to make the shift from more traditional IT professional services to the cloud. Using AWS makes it a simpler transition, with little to no startup costs. And what is doing is something other solutions providers can also do in building their cloud lines of business.

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