Following the formation of its Cloud Practice, trusted software development specialist, Dariel, has successfully secured close partnerships with international cloud providers Azure and AWS.
Dariel has completed a number of complex certifications to reflect the company’s capabilities in assisting customers to migrate their workloads to the cloud.
In just 18 months Dariel exceeded its own certification targets to achieve 38 AWS and 40 Azure certifications. It also launched and delivered 12 AWS and 9 Azure opportunities, and was recognised by both providers as a leading Cloud solution implementation partner.
More recently, Dariel was named a Select Partner by AWS – a partnership level that will unlock even more opportunities as the company pursues AWS Advanced tier status. While Microsoft evolved its partnership capability scoring in 2022, Dariel is well-placed to maintain its current partnership level and all capability badges.
Dariel Cloud Practice Manager, Andrew Essey says both cloud providers are now working closely with Dariel to deepen their reach in the South African market. “Our team of highly skilled, experienced and passionate technologists have worked tirelessly to gain the trust of clients to lead their Cloud strategy with the best solutions possible.”
“Our ambition is to be the South African Cloud software solution company of choice by building on our many successes and effectively meeting client needs,” Essey adds.
With years of Cloud experience and success, Dariel helps businesses to increase agility, innovate and scale rapidly with a proven track record as a one-stop shop partner.
“Organisations want to move their workloads to the cloud, but often face multiple hurdles in doing so. By gaining a deep understanding of our clients, we trailer a cloud journey specifically for their business needs and provide them the skills and flexibility they need to deploy, transition or create cloud services and applications, allowing them to benefit from innovations and the many business benefits of the cloud,” notes Essey.