Boomi has joined the AWS Public Sector Partner Program, signalling more focus on the government, education, and non-profit sector. The Dell Technologies’ iPaaS provider has also released Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start, claiming to have reduced deployment times for a Boomi Molecule running on AWS to under an hour.

The AWS Public Sector Partner Program recognises the cloud giant’s partners that have solutions and experience with government, education, and nonprofit customer. Boomi is already an AWS Technology Partner and has access to Amazon’s technical Security Automation and Orchestration capabilities.

Being recognised as a Public Sector Partner Program will give Boomi more alignment with AWS’s public sector sales, marketing, capture and proposal, and funding teams.

Boomi is popular with organisations needing to connect multiple applications, workloads and data sources, such as universities.

Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start

Boomi also today announced Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start, a tool for scaling and running multiple integration processes concurrently. The company says it will bring deployment times down from days to less than an hour

The Kubernetes Molecule builds on the Boomi Molecule AWS Quick Start launched in 2019.

“We’re constantly seeking ways to help customers advance their migration to the cloud and application modernisation efforts with a platform-based approach that enables integrated experiences, which instantly connect people to what they want,” said Ed Macosky, head of product at Boomi.

“Boomi’s relationship with AWS and the development of the new Boomi Kubernetes Molecule on AWS Quick Start better enables customers to deliver integrated experiences. Through a simplified path to launching an elastic Boomi runtime at scale, customers can accelerate cloud modernisation on AWS projects.”

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