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Ingram Micro Cloud Achieves 200 AWS Certifications

Ingram Micro Cloud continues to invest in the latest technology capabilities to provide its associates with professional development tools.

David Pepin

Cloud service marketplace Ingram Micro Cloud has announced it is upgrading its user capabilities by officially achieving 200 AWS Certifications. The investment into Amazon Web Services (AWS) is aimed at helping users create and manage the most advanced and relevant cloud infrastructures possible.

The new AWS Certifications help boost automated go-to-market and integration tools for Ingram Micro Cloud’s 55,000+ reseller partners operating in 64 countries and 26 marketplaces. The cloud management solution currently serves 14 million seats to offer over 120 different cloud solutions including a number of scalable SaaS and IaaS tools.

“Building the best cloud infrastructure requires deep technical knowledge and experience, and our team of experts globally are constantly honing their skills and staying on top of new disciplines in the sector. Reaching 200 AWS Certifications is an exciting milestone and demonstrates our commitment to offering our partners cutting-edge, agile solutions,” said Duncan Robinson, vice president of portfolio management at Ingram Micro Cloud.

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AWS Certifications help users validate cloud knowledge and expertise by helping new users learn credentials and skills to lead cloud initiatives.

In March, Ingram Micro Cloud had announced a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS to expand its user capabilities with a focus on customer needs and IaaS business. The cloud marketplace possesses a network of nearly 1000 AWS Partners as a way to help stimulate commercial and public growth for its partners. With the additional 200 AWS Certifications, Ingram Micro Cloud reaches a landmark occasion to validating a new level of expert capabilities for its partners.