CirrusHQ Achieves AWS DevOps Competency Status
July 29, 2020

CirrusHQ, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Consulting and Solution Provider partner, has achieved AWS DevOps Competency Status.

With this latest certification CirrusHQ becomes the first UK headquartered AWS Cloud Specialist to achieve both AWS Education and DevOps Competencies.

AWS Competencies are designed to highlight APN (Amazon Partner Network) Partners who have demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success in specialised solution areas. CirrusHQ’s experience and comprehensive levels of certification mean it is uniquely positioned to help its customers maximise the performance, security and cost-effectiveness of their AWS workloads.

Daemonn Brody, Managing Director at CirrusHQ commented, “The AWS Competencies are the equivalent of a hallmark on a piece of gold, and are independently audited. They prove to our customers that the quality and calibre of our AWS-specialist consultancy is of the highest possible standard. AWS is undoubtedly the leader in the market for cloud infrastructure. As more companies migrate their most trusted applications and services to the cloud, they need to know their chosen AWS partner has the required level of expertise and knowledge. Holding the AWS Competencies means CirrusHQ can guarantee our customers a high level of quality and service that’s second to none.”

James Lucas, CEO of CirrusHQ concluded, “We’re committed to delivering unrivalled levels of expertise and service around the AWS platform. This latest DevOps Competency, alongside our accreditations to deliver Well Architected Reviews, Immersion Days and Courtesy On Boarding plus the 36 AWS qualifications held by our team at CirrusHQ is testament to our commitment to strive for, and deliver, excellence at all times.”

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