HCLTech, a leading global technology company, has been recognized as an Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) partner for Microsoft Windows Server Delivery. This differentiates HCLTech as an AWS partner with in-depth technical expertise and proven customer success in designing, architecting, implementing and managing cloud migration and modernization of Windows-based workloads in an AWS environment.
Microsoft Windows workloads are business-critical for organizations across industries, and users increasingly expect greater performance, functionality and mobile access. This requires a robust and secure infrastructure. By migrating Microsoft Windows workloads to AWS, organizations gain significant value by enabling their IT and business teams with greater efficiency, flexibility and improved performance, including significant cost reduction compared to hosting and managing on-premise IT infrastructure.
“We’re proud to continue our partnership with AWS with enhanced capabilities and credentials to deliver exceptional service to our clients,” said Prabhakar Appana, Head of HCLTech’s AWS Ecosystem Business Unit. “Our teams are dedicated to supercharging progress for enterprises around the world and look forward to enabling impactful, efficient and cost-effective digital transformation for our clients, leveraging the latest technologies from the AWS ecosystem.”
HCLTech’s CloudSMART for AWS helps enterprises accelerate their cloud business transformation journey by harnessing deep domain knowledge and experience, enabling organizations to migrate and modernize Microsoft Windows workloads on Amazon EC2 in secure and efficient environments. As an AWS premier consulting and delivery partner, HCLTech has developed in-house tools and programs to accelerate seamless and cost-effective migration journeys for its customers around the world. HCLTech helps enterprises to integrate Microsoft Windows servers running on Amazon EC2 with features like Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic Load Balancing and AWS CloudTrail.
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