I love cross-pollination among technology alliances. The announcement this week from AWS and Red Hat to bring managed OpenShift to AWS cloud has me thinking about other great combos such as chips and salsa, or the sun and moon, or Simon & Garfunkel.
According to this Forrester article by Jay McBain, 73% of B2B buyers report that buying through eCommerce, web direct, or marketplaces is very convenient. This collaboration from Red Hat and AWS will provide a more open and integrated environment making it streamlined to acquire and onboard through the AWS Marketplace.
As companies look to build a modern digital business, they need business agility, operational efficiency, access to insight, and technical resilience. It’s no wonder an increasing number of companies are automating and orchestrating IT systems and processes and delivering applications from cloud environments. As daily and weekly releases become the new norm, the cloud makes sense for this type of agility.
The “big picture”
AWS and Red Hat are transforming how their mutual clients can integrate and consume each other’s services. I love when complementary partners pair up to deliver something creative and innovative for businesses.
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CIO’s list modernization and containerization as a priority, and AWS and OpenShift offer a time to market advantage with a deep breadth of services. When you layer in a consultancy partner to help businesses envision for the future, we can help customers assess their application portfolio, build POCs, and develop modern applications. Our clients start to see increased business value and velocity as they modernize at scale and start cloud-native development.
Customers are the winners here. All-in-one billing, easy integration with hundreds of services, and developer-friendly technology are sure to lead to increased adoption, more exceptional customer experience, and excellent business outcomes.
So as I close this out, I realize that I began with great duos, but I think that this story of great technology alliances collaborating to help customers execute their vision, should end with the Fantastic Four. Together, the team harnesses their individual abilities to help save the Earth.
And together, Red Hat, AWS, and Perficient will bring together their expertise to bring customers’ modernization goals to life.
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