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Rubrik extends AWS partnership with Outposts Ready designation

Rubrik has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Outposts Ready designation, part of the AWS Service Ready Program. This designation recognises that Rubrik has demonstrated successful integration with AWS Outposts deployments.

AWS Outposts is a fully managed service that extends AWS infrastructure, AWS services, APIs, and tools to virtually any data centre, co-location space, or on-premises facility for a consistent hybrid experience, the company states.

Achieving the AWS Outposts Ready designation highlights Rubrik as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member with a product fully tested on AWS Outposts, according to the company.

AWS Outposts Ready products are generally available and supported for AWS customers, with deployment documentation for AWS Outposts.

AWS Service Ready Partners have demonstrated success in building products integrated with AWS services, helping AWS customers evaluate and use their technology productively, at scale and varying levels of complexity.

Rubrik chief commercial officer Wendy Bahr says, “At Rubrik we are dedicated to supporting our customers on their cloud data management journey.

“This means we need to ensure our customers can capitalise on the agility, breadth of services, and pace of innovation that AWS provides including being AWS Service Ready.”

To support the integration and deployment of AWS Outposts ready solutions, AWS established the AWS Outposts Ready Program to help customers identify products that are integrated with AWS Outposts.

Rubrik delivers a software solution that's designed to simplify data protection, disaster recovery, and application mobility from data centres and edge locations to AWS.

Enterprises can use Rubrik to accelerate their AWS journey with automated archival to Amazon S3, create test and development environments, and cloud-native protection on AWS.

For enterprises looking to utilise AWS for disaster recovery (DR), Rubrik delivers DR orchestration and cloud instantiation to automate a DR plan on AWS.

Bahr says, “Supporting AWS Outposts is a natural fit for Rubrik, as our customers innovate more with AWS. Our SI partners also play an essential role as we work together to help our customers succeed.”

Cloud Strategy general manager Dave Sellers says, “As an advanced AWS consulting partner, World Wide Technology (WWT) understands and appreciates the significance of key technology partners, like Rubrik, receiving AWS Outposts Ready designation.

“This signifies to our enterprise, federal government, and public sector customers that Rubrik’s AWS Outposts Ready status can be another component of their cloud strategy, and bring infrastructure services to support applications and data management closer to their end-users.

"Via WWT’s Advanced Technology Centre, customers can now work with WWT experts, obtain detailed product knowledge, and receive hands-on experience working directly with Rubrik and AWS Outposts.”

Rubrik serves more than 2,500 customers around the world. Businesses utilise Rubrik solutions to protect, automate, and govern their applications at a large scale in one fabric from data centres to the cloud.

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