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AWS Managed Services Partner: How to Choose the Right One for You

When it comes to AWS managed services partners, there are a lot of them to choose from. How do you know which one is the right one for you? It can be tough to decide, especially if you're unfamiliar with the different types of partners.

In this blog post, we will break down what you should consider when choosing or moving to an AWS managed services partner to help you decide which one is right for your business.


1. Contracts & commercial agreements - Always review these early in any selection process so that you can identify any sticking points early in negotiations

2. Supplier accreditation - Are they a partner for the cloud provider you use? igroup is partners with both AWS and Azure and maintains certifications for our cloud management software as well

3. Supplier business health - What is the corporate structure of the supplier and their size in relation to your organisation? Do they have a lot of debt or other problems recorded on companies' house

4. Technology roadmap - If the partner has a software offering that underpins its managed services, ask about their roadmap and find out what the goals are for the longer term

This will all help you understand how committed they are to your chosen cloud platform and whether your needs will be met in the future. For more information about our partner accreditations and how we work with AWS see our partner page.

Your AWS Managed Services Partner is a long-term investment make sure you invest the time to find the right one.

An AWS Managed Services Partner will allow you to keep your AWS environment up-to-date and running smoothly. They will also support you and advise you as needed. Your Managed Services Partner is an investment in your future. AWS has a proven track record of success, and they will be with you for years to come. AWS Managed Services Partner is the right choice for your long-term AWS needs.

We have also written a white paper which goes through all of these points in detail for selecting an AWS managed services provider.