Hazelcast Achieves AWS Partner Status
Hazelcast announced that it achieved Advanced Technology status within the AWS Partner Network (APN).
FREMONT, CA: Hazelcast,a leading open-source in-memory computing platform, has announced that it achieved Advanced Technology status within the AWS Partner Network (APN). To earn the highest designation within the APN, the vendors must validate the technical proficiency and excellent customer experience of an offering, which is Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise.
With the help of Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise, enterprises can easily apply the proven technology to enhance the performance of cloud applications. The Cloud applications are constrained explicitly by the slow data accesses to storage media. By adding effective RAM-based data management, Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise can give its clients in-memory data access speeds to improve and increase application performance speed. The platform also helps its users to manage the cloud I/O expenses by decreasing reads and writes to storage media, thus dropping the I/O charges. It can even reduce strain on the backend systems by offloading specific workloads to the in-memory distributed computing framework.
Hazelcast controls software deployment as a managed service for the customers. It can be done by simplifying operations, allowing rapid uptime, and freeing customers so that they can focus on developing advanced business-critical applications. Hazelcast offers customers innovative features that consist of high-density scale, over-the-wire encryption, and replication/failover capabilities that provide extra protection across zones, regions, and cloud vendors.
According to Kelly Herrell, CEO of Hazelcast, in a recent press release, since early 2019, Hazelcast Cloud has been available in the AWS Marketplace. The cloud-native in-memory technologies have been applied in AWS and other clouds for years by some of their largest customers. However, achieving the Advanced Technology Partner status from AWS Partner Network further establishes Hazelcast's commitment to helping its customers act rapidly on data everywhere, whether on-premises, in the cloud or at the edge.
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