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RESTON, Va. — June 7, 2023 — Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider®, announced that VMware has been added to Carahsoft’s Distributor Seller of Record (DSOR) program in the AWS Marketplace, which combines the benefits of the Private Offers feature from Amazon Web Services (AWS) along with Carahsoft's contract vehicles to provide customers a seamless acquisition process for their cloud-based products and solutions in the AWS Marketplace.
The DSOR program through Carahsoft streamlines procurement for Government agencies, making it easier to purchase software and services from AWS Marketplace vendors, such as VMware. The program leverages Carahsoft’s extensive network of reseller partners, system integrators and managed service providers to offer customers access to the best possible pricing and procurement options.
VMware Cross-Cloud services is a portfolio of cloud services that delivers a unified and simplified way to build, operate, access and better secure any application. With Cross-Cloud services, Public Sector customers are able to enable modern application development and delivery, accelerate cloud transformation; and empower a hybrid and distributed workforce more securely.
Carahsoft serves as VMware’s largest Public Sector distributor, and VMware’s cloud-based products and solutions are now available in the AWS Marketplace through DSOR Private Offers only. Today these include the following which will continue to expand:
“We are thrilled to announce that Carahsoft can help public sector customers more easily consume VMware Cross-Cloud services through the AWS Marketplace,,” said Craig P. Abod, Carahsoft President. “Carahsoft and our reseller partners are committed to providing our customers with the flexibility and scalability needed to accelerate their digital transformation journey, and we look forward to helping additional Public Sector customers migrate their workloads to the cloud.”
“VMware Cross-Cloud services enable organizations to adopt a more consistent-, secure-, and cost-efficient cloud-smart approach,” said Jennifer Chronis, Vice President, Public Sector at VMware. “With VMware Cross-Cloud services, public sector organizations can both invest in digital innovation and growth while safeguarding against rampant cloud spend, inefficient operations, and an increasingly complex threat landscape. With this announcement, Carahsoft is making it easier for our mutual customers to purchase and deploy VMware Cross-Cloud services to support their VMware and AWS environments.”
Carahsoft is also a member of the AWS Public Sector Partner Program (PSP) and works with a group of AWS-certified resellers and managed service providers to deliver a full cloud solution on AWS, including professional services, migration services, and other infrastructure services. Carahsoft’s technology portfolio offers access to a wide range of cloud-based technologies to securely drive modernization via cloud technology.
Through AWS Marketplace, Carahsoft Federal, State, Local, and Education customers will now have an additional option to support Public Sector purchases. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carahsoft Technology Corp. is The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider®, supporting Public Sector organizations across Federal, State and Local Government agencies and Education and Healthcare markets. As the Master Government Aggregator® for our vendor partners, we deliver solutions for MultiCloud, Cybersecurity, MultiCloud, DevSecOps, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Open Source, Customer Experience and more. Working with resellers, systems integrators and consultants, our sales and marketing teams provide industry leading IT products, services and training through hundreds of contract vehicles. Visit us at www.carahsoft.com.
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