AWS India partner network registers 80% growth

AWS India, the cloud business of Amazon, has registered 80% growth in its AWS Partner Network (APN) to help it expand its business across the country, said Amazon Internet Services Managing Director Bikram Bedi.

In an interaction with DH, Bedi said the rapidly expanding AWS Partner Network (APN) is made up of tens of thousands of Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and Systems Integrators (SIs) around the world.

“The APN helps us expand our presence across the country. The APN programme helps partners build successful AWS-based businesses by providing business, technical, marketing, and go-to-market (GTM) support,” he said.

AWS SIs include Infosys, TCS, Wipro, HCL, Accenture, PwC, Blazeclan, Minjar, Frontier, Intelligrape, Progressive, Cognizant, and Team Computers. They help enterprises migrate to AWS, deploy mission-critical applications on AWS, and are providing a full range of monitoring, automation, and management services for customers’ AWS environments.

AWS ISVs in India include SAP, Microsoft, Adobe, Druva, Freshdesk, Manthan, Indusface, Newgen, RAMCO, Seclore, Mediology, Mithi Software, Vinculum, Infor, Splunk, and many others who are providing software solutions that are either hosted or integrated with AWS.

Currently, AWS India has over 75,000 active customers and more customers are added every day. The company also launched the Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region, its sixth in Asia Pacific (APAC), in middle of last year. AWS India, part of the Nasdaq-listed Amazon with market cap exceeds $400 billion, has the AWS Activate programme that provides India-based startups with the resources they need to quickly get started on AWS and scale their businesses.

As per an estimate by research firm Zinnov, Indian cloud market 

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