Taiwan’s eCloudvalley recognised as AWS well-architected partner

Taiwan’s eCloudvalley recognised as AWS well-architected partner

Newly introduced program examines partners’ capabilities in five areas

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Taiwanese managed service provider (MSP), eCloudvalley, has received recognition from Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a well-architected partner, following a year of strong growth in the market.

The achievement is due to its track-record in providing deep AWS knowledge and hands-on experience in architecting, building, migrating, and optimising architectures that follow the AWS well-architected framework.

Founded in 2014 as a born-in-the-cloud partner, the organisation has grown rapidly to 200 employees strong in four years with offices located across the Asia Pacific region, including Taiwan, Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, and Manila.

Furthermore, whilst AWS has been developing its well-architected framework over several years, it was at re:invent 2018 that the vendor introduced the well-architected partner program.

This newly introduced program examines partners’ capabilities in five areas, namely, operational excellence, security, reliability, performance efficiency, and cost optimisation.

The benefit of AWS well-architected partners to customers is to help them make more informed decisions on cloud architecture and understand the potential impact of decisions that are made.

Furthermore, they assist with customers' workload remediations and improvements following AWS best practice.

By insisting on building the cloud structure following well-architected best practices, eCloudvalley has helped customers reduce over 25 per cent of cost without compromising the performance efficiency while achieving higher reliability without any other impact on operation and security.

The partner has built a professional technical team with over 200 AWS certifications, and has served more than 500 enterprise customers leveraging cloud best practices to help enterprises perform digital transformation.

Its core competencies include cloud migration, DevOps, serverless, containers, data solutions, SAP/Oracle and cloud training.

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