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November 12, 2014

AWS finds converts in raft of new tech partners

Splunk, Informatica, and Pegasystems amongst "all-in" infrastructure signees.

By Ben Sullivan

Amazon Web Services is continuing its trawl of enterprise technology partners, announcing that Acquia, Emdeon, Splunk and more have declared themselves "all-in" with AWS.

This means these newly-hooked enterprise partners will now use AWS for their underlying cloud infrastructure platforms.

The six new partners, which also include IMS Health, Informatica, and Pegasystems, join other ISVs (Infrastructure Service Providers)such as Infor in going "all-in" with AWS.

"Leading ISVs want to build on the platform that has the most functionality, innovates the fastest, and is used by customers in every industry with every use case, around the globe," said Adam Selipsky, Vice President, AWS.

"We are seeing a wave of exciting innovation delivered by our ISV partners, and we will continue to expand the breadth of AWS services, and the depth of features within them, so they can continue to deliver solutions and value to their customers that weren’t possible without the cloud."

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