Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced it has achieved the AWS Service Delivery designation for AWS Lambda, a serverless compute service.
The AWS Service Delivery Program is designed to validate AWS Partners that have a deep understanding of AWS services, demonstrated experience, and proven customer success in delivering these services to customers. To qualify, partners must pass a validation process that includes assessing customer references and a technical review.
Part of IT consultancy Mantel Group, CMD Solutions worked closely with sister brand DigIO to deliver serverless projects with the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) and one of Australia’s major telecommunications and internet providers. Director of Energy Made Easy from AER stated, “Mantel Group (CMD/DigIO) demonstrated a shared commitment to purpose from the outset of the project. This cultural alignment combined with the depth of experience across all of their brands, led to the creation of something awesome that really showed off their skills. We are really proud of our new product and what we have been able to achieve through our partnership with Mantel Group (CMD/DigIO).”
“We’re seeing increasing adoption of serverless technologies ever since the launch of AWS Lambda in 2014. AWS Lambda has allowed developers to focus on their code without needing to worry about provisioning, managing, scaling or patching any servers,” said Matt Taylor, Head of Partner Solution Architecture, APJ at AWS. “With this sort of demand, customers are increasingly relying on consulting partners for skills and to deliver serverless projects. CMD Solutions have demonstrated their proficiency in this space by obtaining the AWS Service Delivery designation for AWS Lambda.”
Co-CEO Andre Morgan said: “We want to stay ahead of the curve and deliver the best solutions for our clients. Achieving AWS Service Delivery designation for AWS Lambda in addition to our existing six AWS Competencies puts us in a great position to deliver the right solution for many businesses powered by AWS.”
Fellow CEO Adam Durbin, added: “Undertaking the AWS Service Delivery Program has been very important for our team’s development, providing great confidence in working with AWS Lambda and arming clients with serverless streaming apps, with zero administration.”