Relus Technologies Launches New Cloud Solutions Suite at AWS re:Invent 2015

Relus Technologies, a full-service cloud management and optimization provider in Atlanta, GA, today announced the launch of its new cloud solutions suite and its participation as a Bronze sponsor in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent Conference. The conference will take place from October 6 through 9 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event is the largest gathering of public cloud partners and customers for more than two days of technical sessions, training bootcamps, hackathons, and exhibit floor networking.

Relus will showcase its growing cloud solutions suite, aimed at helping businesses maximize and optimize AWS cloud computing investments. With over 46 years of combined technical experience, the Relus Team has developed a comprehensive yet customized approach to helping businesses migrate to AWS and optimizing current AWS environments.

“It is more important than ever for companies to avoid cloud uncertainty with proven cloud strategies and tactics that propel their organizations toward increased cost-savings, scalability, and agility,” said Matt Whitney, Director of Cloud Sales at Relus Technologies. “Whether you are migrating on-premise infrastructure or optimizing existing applications in AWS, Relus provides the tools you need to survive.”

Relus became an Advanced Technology Partner in 2015. This distinction validates the company’s continued commitment to providing complete AWS expertise and engagement to its customers.

AWS re:Invent attendees can find Relus Technologies at booth 554 near the Developers Lounge.

About Relus Technologies

Relus, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, specializes in bringing a diverse mix of cloud solutions to mid-market and enterprise companies. Cloud services include strategy and intelligence services, architecture and design, automation and DevOps, custom workshops and portals, and Big Data consulting services. The company specializes in a variety of industry verticals, specifically digital media and entertainment, financial services, healthcare, and the public education sector. For more information, visit

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