Artificial intelligence, machine learning and cloud migration are expected to be among the hotspots for Amazon Web Services (AWS) partners in the local market this year, according to the cloud giant’s head of partnerships and alliances in Australia and New Zealand, Corrie Briscoe.
Speaking to ARN in the wake of the vendor’s annual AWS re:Invent conference in Las Vegas late last year, Briscoe outlined three core areas associated with AWS’ ever growing portfolio of services in which she expects to see the greatest opportunity for partners in the coming year.
The first of the three areas of opportunity identified by Briscoe revolves around cloud migration and modernisation, the digital transformation double-bill that, together, represent a relatively consistent mainstay for the enterprise market in terms of demand.
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