Nordcloud celebrates top spot worldwide for cloud services in the Magic Quadrant
Gartner has awarded Nordcloud the top cloud-native Managed Service Provider (MSP) for the execution of cloud Professional and Managed Services...
Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS) has chosen Nordcloud as a partner to develop and manage its Amazon Web Services environments. The contract contains AWS capacity management and managed services, as well as consulting services, and it enables HUS, a Finnish pioneer in digital transformation of healthcare, to leverage Amazon Web Services as a platform for new services and data analytics development.
Nordcloud is proud to be an AWS Premier Consulting Partner since 2014 and an AWS Managed Service Provider since 2015. Making use of our years of experience and utilising best practices picked up along the way, Nordcloud is able to design and build cloud environments that match customer budget and demands whilst being completely elastic and scalable.
For HUS, Nordcloud will initiate the development of the cloud foundation, as well as, setting up new data management solutions. The foundation is a vital step on the enterprise cloud journey, as it operates as an enabler for automated operations and scalable services.
Amazon Web Services is one of the leading cloud computing platforms providing a reliable, scalable, and low-cost set of remote computing services. The AWS cloud was formed by the people behind Amazon.com in 2006 when Amazon started to offer businesses IT infrastructure services. These were in the form of web services, now commonly known as cloud computing. Today, Amazon Web Services powers hundreds of thousands of businesses in 190 countries around the world. With data centre locations in North America, Europe, Brazil, Singapore, Japan, and Australia, customers across all industries are taking advantage of the AWS cloud.
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