base2Services named as a member of the AWS Public Sector Partner ProgramThis news release is provided by base2Services on the 01 December 2016
base2Services has been named as a member of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Partner Program in the Government category, which was launched at the AWS re:Invent 2016 conference.
The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognises companies with a strong overall AWS practice, and demonstrates their experience and readiness to support government, education, and/or non-profit customer missions.
This Program recognises our outstanding work and experience with government, as well as our long-standing relationship with AWS having offered a managed AWS solution for over 10 years in Australia.
This dedication is evident in our work with government clients such as Emergency Management Victoria (EMV). EMV works with Victorian communities, government, agencies and businesses to strengthen their capacity to respond to emergencies. base2’s systems ensure EMV is ready at all times for emergency situations across Victoria.
base2 provides crucial support to EMV by implementing DevOps, cloud technologies and serverless technologies. Our team works closely to build on and constantly improve the CI pipeline, and provides EMV with guidance and advice on serverless technologies and assistance in DevOps processes and procedures.
“base2 has been a long-term partner for us at EMV as we have developed new solutions and innovative ways of looking at providing software to communities,” says EMV Chief Architect (VINE) Michael Jenkins. “They have been a strong partner throughout our journey, providing a lot of feedback and advice as well as ongoing infrastructure support. And we have leaned very heavily on their expertise, both during the initial design and conception of these new systems as well as while we rolled them out into production.”
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