Steven Kiernan reports on 10 years since Amazon unveiled its public cloud.

“Amazon Web Services this week marked a decade since its inception, and leading Australian channel partners have told CRN how the public cloud giant helped rewrite the rulebook for enterprise IT and push the sector to a consumption model.”

“Charles Blaxland, senior software engineer at Melbourne-headquartered AWS partner DiUS, said: AWS has put a lot of focus on building partnerships in the Australian partner ecosystem since the opening of the Sydney data centre. We’ve seen them do an excellent job building strong professional services and solutions architecture teams here, who are willing to dig in and work with us to make sure customers are successful with AWS, not just during pre-sales, but throughout the project implementation.”

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On the 27th of April at AWS Summit Sydney 2016, DiUS Senior Software Engineer, Pavi De Alwis will be on stage, presenting alongside BioImage Analyst and microscopy jockey, Lachlan Whitehead of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. Pavi and Lachlan will discuss the industry and research partnership that is making inroads to solving a common challenge faced by medical researchers.