Verizon, the telecommunications giant, has chosen AWS (Amazon Web Services) as its favorite public cloud supplier. Verizon migrated more than 1,000 business-specific database back-end systems and applications to AWS. The news was declared this week.
Verizon first began operating in 2015 with AWS and has various victorious consumer and business applications already operating in the Cloud.
“We are converting the Public Cloud a core portion of our digital modification, updating our database management method to restore our proprietary services with Amazon Aurora,” claimed Senior Vice President at Verizon for Global Technology Services, Mahmoud El-Assir, to the media in an interview.
Verizon has spent in making AWS-focused training facilities, named as “dojos,” where its workers can speedily incline up on AWS techs and learn how to modernize at scale and with speed.
“The blend of team of builders from Verizon with extensive portfolio of expertise and cloud services from AWS means that Verizon’s choices for delighting their users is virtually limitless,” claimed Vice President at AWS for Worldwide Commercial Sales, Mike Clayville, to the media in an interview.
On a similar note, a subsidiary of Verizon, Oath Inc., has inked an agreement to place 4 of its most well-liked apps on millions of Samsung handsets all over the U.S. and ultimately all over the world, the firm claimed to the media in an interview. As per the terms of the agreement, Newsroom app by Oath, Yahoo Finance, Yahoo Sports, and Go90 mobile video applications will be pre-occupied on all of Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices by Samsung.
Oath’s agreement with Samsung is fraction of an attempt to get its partners’ ads and content in front of the increasing number of TV users seeing their favorite episodes on mobile handsets rather than on satellite and cable television, claimed Tim Armstrong, chief executive officer at Oath, to the media in an interview.