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My Cloudy Journey with Cloudreach

[fa icon="calendar'] 16-Feb-2017 08:02:07 / by Tom Ray posted in Cloud Trends, Innovation, Company Culture

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The Start

Every journey has to start somewhere and for me that somewhere was at a Citrix event in Scotland.

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Achieving Premier Status across the Globe

[fa icon="calendar'] 22-Dec-2016 13:59:33 / by Tom Ray posted in Cloud Trends, Amazon Web Services, Partnerships

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Cloudy AWS Premier Status #1 - Europe
and North America! Job. Done.

This week Cloudreach was reconfirmed as an AWS Premier Partner in Europe, continuing our status since 2014. More importantly perhaps, Cloudreach have achieved the Premier tier for our North American business independently! To celebrate, I’ve gathered my thoughts and insights in this blog post.

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How to Get the Most out of your Amazon Web Services (AWS) Environment

[fa icon="calendar'] 16-Dec-2014 12:01:06 / by Tom Ray posted in Amazon Web Services, Best Practice & Advice

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I’ve worked with Cloudreach for the past four years, and I’ve used AWS even longer, and in that time I’ve witnessed a serious shift in perceptions. The cloud was once this niche concept that large enterprises left startups to play with, but now even the biggest businesses have woken up to the massive opportunity the cloud presents.

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Top 5 Tips for AWS Migration

[fa icon="calendar'] 22-Aug-2014 17:02:20 / by Tom Ray posted in Cloud Adoption, Amazon Web Services, Best Practice & Advice

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Success in AWS is not only having your application run, it’s also operating it optimally - delivering the right performance at the right cost. It requires some new skills and a different approach. Having worked with Cloudreach for 4 years and used AWS for some time before that, I have lead, contributed to and supported many migrations of enterprise applications to AWS.

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