2020 has been a challenging year for us all. With that said, Mission pivoted to meet the needs of the moment, launching relevant new services that solve for the challenges that businesses on AWS are facing today. Let’s take a look back at some of Mission’s biggest accomplishments this year.
Mission Cloud One provides continuous, proactive, and expert hands-on AWS support, optimization and management, all in one integrated service.
Mission MDR provides 24/7, fully-managed security and incident response for mission-critical AWS environments, leveraging Alert Logic.
The new service provides AWS-certified experts and tools for better AWS efficacy and cost control – included for any business that takes part in Mission’s AWS resale program.
AWS Competencies Attained
Mission’s sixth AWS Competency designation recognizes the provider’s proven end-to-end expertise optimizing AWS migration planning, cost efficiency, security, availability, and performance.
The AWS managed services provider enables customers to fully leverage the power of AWS to migrate, architect, manage, scale, and optimize their SaaS and cloud-native solutions.
In a successful audit, Mission proves its effective handling of the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy of customers’ data in AWS environments.
The AWS managed services provider achieves the new honor on the strength of its sustained revenue growth.
With new and extensive benefits for its now-distributed workforce and a strong focus on inclusivity and employee health, Mission earns recognition as a top-five employer in Los Angeles.
AWS managed services and consulting partner sees exceptional growth driven by AWS migration, performance, and cost-optimization demand from enterprises, SMBs, and startups.
AWS managed services and consulting partner again earns the CRN honor on the basis of earned revenue.
Achieving significant year-over-year business growth, Mission continues to excel at architecting, migrating, managing, and optimizing customers’ AWS environments.
The AWS consulting and managed cloud services company also earns recognition for its employee benefit program.
As a leader in migration planning and discovery tools, CloudChomp provides customers the ability to make data driven decisions using live utilization data.
Mission partners with Cloudwick to become the exclusive SMB reseller of Amorphic – the first fully-managed unified data & analytics platform for the AWS Cloud.
In partnership with AlertLogic, Mission offers Mission MDR, a Managed Detection and Response service designed to secure your AWS environment with a combination of advanced detection technology, deep security expertise, and hands-on AWS infrastructure talent.
Standout conference: AWS re:Invent
re:Invent was virtual this year, so we pivoted our approach. We viewed keynotes and leadership sessions online and published a series of video blogs with our reactions/insights. You can view these video blogs here:
In this blog, Mission cloud consulting experts dive into some of the highlights from Andy Jassy’s keynote at re:Invent 2020.
In this blog, Mission cloud consulting experts dive into some of the highlights from the re:Invent leadership session on security, identity, and compliance.
In this blog, Mission cloud consulting experts dive into some of the highlights from the re:Invent Infrastructure Keynote.
In this blog, Mission cloud consulting experts dive into some of the highlights from the Containers leadership session at re:Invent.
In this blog, Mission cloud consulting experts dive into some of the highlights from Dr. Werner Vogels’ keynote at re:Invent 2020.
In this blog, Mission cloud consulting experts dive into some of the highlights from the serverless leadership session at re:Invent 2020.
2020 was a year full of virtual events — here were a couple that stood out.
This webinar provided a comprehensive list of suggestions for lowering your AWS bill. This topic is always top of mind, but took on even more importance at the start of the pandemic.
Targeted to startups, this workshop illustrated the business benefits of migrating to the AWS cloud as well as best practices for migrating effectively.
Here are a couple of our most popular blog posts this year.
Learn more about the differences between infrastructure as code tools AWS CloudFormation and Terraform to determine which one is right for you.
Learn more about the differences between EBS, EFS, and S3.
Last but not least…
Mission employees earned 40 AWS certifications this year.
From all of us here at Mission, have a happy and safe holiday season, and stay tuned for exciting new announcements in 2021!
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