Mission Cloud Services and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have signed a multi-year deal that will see the two companies collaborate on some offerings.
Mission Cloud, a company that provides its shared AWS customers with certifications, software, and other services and capabilities, will be expanding its offerings for AWS, while AWS will be listing the company's "Mission Control" cloud management platform on its AWS marketplace.
The two companies have been working together since Mission Cloud was launched in 2017, with the busibess listed as a "Premier Tier Partner."
The new "strategic collaboration agreement" (SCA) is hoped to help Mission Cloud develop its data, analytics, and machine learning/generative AI solutions on AWS.
"As this SCA deepens our mutual commitment, we are delighted to continue working with Mission Cloud to accelerate digital transformation at scale for our shared customers," said Chris Sullivan, general manager, WW System Integrators at AWS.
Simon Anderson, Mission Cloud's CEO and founder, added: "We started Mission Cloud over five years ago with a vision to build a platform cloud services company that combines software, managed services, consulting and financial operations, tailor-made for AWS, with the ultimate goal of delivering capabilities and expertise for customers looking to scale with AWS."
AWS describes its Premier Tier Partners as the most experienced, with "deep technical expertise and multiple partner program validations."
Last month, AWS reported strong second-quarter results, with revenues growing 12 percent to $22.1bn. At the same time, CFO Brian Olsavsky stated that the company had "additional investments related to generative AI and large language model efforts."