Puppet Labs Earns AWS DevOps Competency in the AWS Partner Network
October 07, 2015

Puppet Labs has achieved APN DevOps Competency by Amazon Web Services (AWS) as part of the AWS Partner Network (APN) Competency Program.

Puppet Labs earned this distinction based on demonstrated customer success, technical proficiency and the proven success of its declarative model for infrastructure as code.

“The business and organizational benefits of DevOps are undeniable — they’ve been proven by rigorous research and validated by our own customers' successes,” said John Leon, director of alliances at Puppet Labs. “With so many of our customers relying on Puppet Enterprise to help manage their AWS environments, we’re happy to achieve the APN DevOps Competency distinction. We look forward to continuing to extend the power of Puppet on AWS so more organizations around the world can move faster, without breaking things.”

The APN Competency Program makes it simple for AWS customers to quickly identify qualified APN Partners who have demonstrated technical proficiency and verified success in specialized solutions and industry verticals. Customers can be assured they are working with qualified partners, since all partner products and solutions are validated by internal AWS teams. APN Partners awarded the DevOps Competency have proven success providing tools to deliver continuous integration, continuous delivery or configuration management for customers who run their infrastructure on the AWS platform.

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