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Blazeclan Technologies hit the 300 mark by accelerating the AWS certification process

Blazeclan Technologies hit the 300 mark by accelerating the AWS certification process

Popular tech provider Blazeclan Technologies recently made an announcement that it is planning to up-skill its employees on Amazon Web Services (AWS). One hundred certifications were expected to be achieved by ten months, with 300-mark to be hit eventually. Earlier this year, the company had managed to overtake the 200-mark, and the specialist provider will continue to sharpen its skills in AWS. The sudden shift of focus on AWS is due to the fact that customers’ build-out application is modernizing and the new cloud migration plans. The continuous effort of the company has managed to earn them the new AWS Partner Network (APN) Certification Distinction.

 This certification will help the company acknowledge the milestone achieved by it, and it helps the company scale on its Premier Consulting Partner status with AWS. CEO of Blazeclan Varoon Rajani stated that the main motto behind the AWS certifications is to let the clients and partners know that their project is in good hands when they make use of the AWS services through Blazeclan. The company was founded in 2010, and it specializes in delivering managed and advisory services that are backed by experts in data analytics, cloud migration, DevOps, digital transformation, and Cloud deployment.

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