Blazeclan Technologies,igniting transformation on cloud, announced that it has capabilities to support AWS Outposts, fully managed and configurable compute and storage racks built with AWS-designed hardware that allow customers to run compute and storage on-premises, while seamlessly connecting to AWS’s broad array of services in the cloud. As an AWS Outposts Partner, Blazeclan has been trained and vetted in delivering positive customer outcomes at scale through re-architecting complex workloads to run on AWS operations.
There are AWS customers today that have certain workloads that will likely need to remain on-premises for several years, such as applications that are latency sensitive and need to be in close proximity to on-premises assets. These customers want to be able to run AWS compute and storage on-premises, and also easily and seamlessly integrate these on-premises workloads with the rest of their applications in the AWS cloud. Until now, customers lacked the same APIs, the same tools, the same hardware, and the same functionality across on-premises and the cloud to deliver a truly consistent hybrid experience. AWS Outposts solves these challenges by delivering racks of AWS compute and storage—the same hardware used in AWS public region datacenters—to bring AWS services, infrastructure, and operating models on-premises. As an AWS Outposts Partner, Blazeclan is able to help AWS customers overcome challenges that exist due to managing and supporting infrastructures both on-premises and cloud environments and deliver positive outcomes at scale.
“With AWS outposts services, Blazeclan can empower its enterprise customers that are generally driven by regulatory requirements to build a robust hybrid cloud solution strategy by adhering to data sovereignty compliances and eventually enabling them to embrace digital transformation for faster time to value.,” said Varoon Rajani, CEO. “Our team has always been at the forefront in leveraging the latest AWS services to helping our customers achieve their technology goals, and compliment their pace of innovation.”