Clouxter Achieves AWS DevOps Services Competency Level

We have achieved a new competence proven by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Clouxter now has an established practice and a team ideal for DevOps-related solutions. This sets us apart because it demonstrates our technological competence and experience in assisting clients in implementing the DevOps culture.

“It differentiates us from other partners because it validates our specialty and makes us preferred by clients and by AWS for projects in which the DevOps practice is relevant”

Ricardo González, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Clouxter.

What does it mean for AWS Partners to achieve DevOps Services Competency?

As enablers of the path of adoption and consolidation of the use of the AWS Cloud, it brings us benefits related to access to other programs that will help us consolidate the offer for our clients. In addition, it validates us as an AWS advanced services partner with success stories that support them.

  • Documentation and Operationalization of the practice associated with DevOps
  • Projects and success stories that demonstrate the maturity of the practice.
  • Clear sales practice for these solutions.
  • Team with Solution Architect Associate and Professional certifications.
  • Visibility of the experience to the outside.

González, CTO of Clouxter, added that its objectives when being an ally in cloud services is for its clients to see DevOps implementation as a culture that seeks acceleration in the cadence of quality software delivery and that breaks structural barriers of traditional organizational structures

When organizations implement the DevOps culture, it is represented as a virtuous circle where the development and operations teams collaborate from planning to implementation, delivery and monitoring of the software. We work together to make the change much more agile and rapid.

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