Public Sector Partner Program

The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognizes partners with experience in delivering solutions for government, education, and non-profit customers around the world. APN Partners can qualify for the Public Sector Partner Program by having a strong overall AWS practice and demonstrating their experience and readiness to support government, education, and/or non-profit customers.

Cloud computing enables public sector organizations to focus on their missions, not their IT infrastructure. The AWS Cloud provides a broad set of infrastructure services, such as computing power, storage options, networking, and databases, delivered on-demand and available in seconds with pay-as-you-go pricing. How should you get started? Whether you’re a large agency or a small organization, learn how to start your cloud journey.

Start with Storage extension

Cloud storage provides education with a reliable, scalable, and secure alternative to on premises storage systems. AWS offers eight different object, file, and block storage options supporting applications, archiving and compliance options. This webinar will provide an overview of the services and key education use cases ranging from data center replacement to video storage and file sharing. Services covered include Amazon S3, Amazon EFS, Amazon EBS, Amazon Glacier, Amazon Storage Gateway, and the Snowball family.

Digital City

Next, you need to understand your IT portfolio, the dependencies between applications, and begin to consider what types of migration strategies you will need to employ to meet your business case objectives. With the portfolio discovery and migration approach, you are in a good position to build a full business case. If you need help with understanding your IT portfolio, you can work with partners such as RISC Networks, Cloudamize, and Atadata as well as use AWS Application Discovery Service.