Involta Streamlines AWS Workloads with Latest Platform Release

Involta, a hybrid IT, cloud computing, and data center services company, is streamlining AWS cloud services with its latest release of its Managed Account solution for AWS.

By leveraging the power of AWS and Involta’s cloud expertise, Managed Account for AWS streamlines AWS workloads while managing compliance, backup and more to ensure fast, flexible access to the cloud, according to the vendor.

Managed Account for AWS combines collaborative consulting with managed services to strategically manage clients’ AWS environments from a holistic standpoint.

This unique service provides enterprise customers the scalability needed to meet their business and digital transformation goals while reducing security and compliance risks.

Involta’s team delivers public cloud management expertise by combining the highest industry standards with best practices to expand public footprints and alignment of cloud strategies.

Managed Account for AWS also optimizes customer’s AWS environments by building customized and strategic automation that improves security, monitoring, and performance to enhance day-to-day infrastructure operations for cloud governance.

“Involta focuses on deploying and maintaining critical cloud operations with Managed Account for AWS so that organizations can focus IT resources on more strategic areas of their business,” said Michelle Bates, Involta’s chief innovation officer. “We realize businesses are faced with tough decisions about governance, scaling, and compliance for cloud services. As an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and member of the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, Involta is driven to help businesses cut costs, reduce downtime and manage AWS infrastructure changes.”

Involta was recently selected as a member of the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, which recognizes AWS Partners with solutions and experience in delivering government, education, and nonprofit customer missions worldwide.

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