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CloudKeeper, by TO THE NEW, an end-to-end AWS FinOps solution provider, has bagged Platinum Award for the Well-Architected Challenge organized by AWS. CloudKeeper has been recognized for their strong commitment to AWS best practices, expertise in leveraging the AWS Well-Architected Framework, and empowering customers to build and scale on AWS with operational excellence, reliability, security, cost optimization, and performance efficiency.

CloudKeeper successfully conducted 131 well-architected reviews and remediated 419 high-risk issues, which made them one of the top 5 partners of AWS in the Platinum category - the highest category in the contest. The AWS Well-Architected Framework Review is a systematic approach that helps competitively benchmark an organization's cloud infrastructure and workloads against the AWS best practices. The review leverages a set of foundational practices based on the six conceptual pillars of the framework laid out by AWS.

"It's a proud moment for us to be recognized as a top player in this category. It speaks volumes about our core capability in understanding well-architected frameworks. It acknowledges our ability to work with varied clients, understand their current environment, and share our recommendation basis the principles laid by AWS methodology," said Deepak Mittal, Co-founder & CEO, TO THE NEW. "By understanding the demands of our customers' industries, clubbed with our premier partnership with AWS, we help them accelerate their digital transformation journeys."

"We congratulate CloudKeeper on receiving the Platinum award and appreciate their effort in driving extra reviews and identifying high-risk items for immediate remediation," said Jodie Wong, Program Manager APJC, AWS Well-Architected Program.

CloudKeeper by TO THE NEW is a one-stop FinOps solution that provides savings, software, services, and support, all bundled into a single solution.

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