We are thrilled to announce that after two years as an AWS Select Consulting Partner, Lambert Labs has now become an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner. Lambert Labs now manages over 5 AWS organisations, 40 AWS accounts and $60k/month of AWS spend on behalf of it’s clients across Europe and USA.
We met the tier requirements for becoming an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner after launching over 40 client opportunities in the last year, thus bringing in over $15k/month of revenue to AWS. The team at Lambert Labs has also upskilled internally and we now have over 20 AWS certifications across the team.
Our experience with AWS includes:
Containerisation of web and API applications and the deployment of these containers to AWS via either AWS Elastic Beanstalk or AWS Elastic Container Service.
Database/data warehouse management with AWS RDS, Amazon Document DB and Amazon RedShift.
Cost optimisation and the availability of discounts on AWS via our reseller model.
Conducting Well-Architected Reviews to ensure client workloads adhere to the AWS Well-Architected Framework as part of the AWS Well-Architected Partner Program.
Implementing data engineering stacks including ETL pipelines on AWS.
The AWS CloudFormation Service Delivery designation was awarded to Lambert Labs after we demonstrated expertise using AWS CloudFormation by submitted several customer case studies to the AWS CloudFormation team. The AWS CloudFormation team liked what they saw and the rest is history!
Lambert Labs uses AWS CloudFormation to automate the provisioning of AWS services for our clients. Reusing CloudFormation templates allows us iterate quickly and reliably.
As an AWS CloudFormation Service Delivery Partner Lambert Labs will now work closely with the AWS CloudFormation team, helping AWS end customers with Infrastructure as Code projects wherever possible.
Lambert Labs has joined the AWS Well-Architected Partner Program. This represents a huge stepping stone for us and we look forward to working with the AWS Well-Architected team moving forwards.
As part of the program we can conduct AWS Well-Architected Framework reviews of our clients’ AWS workloads in order to ensure that the workload adopts the best practices set out in the AWS Well-Architected Framework. When we conduct a review and resolve 45% of any high risk issues (HRIs) that the review identifies, we are able to pass on $5k AWS credits to our client.
Welcome to Learning at Lambert Labs session #15. This week, Ramin explains what a Websocket API is, how it compares to the alternatives such as REST and GraphQL, and how to implement one for a real application.
In Today’s Learning Session:
What is a Websocket API
How these APIs differ from the alternatives e.g. REST, GraphQL
Receiving data from a Websocket
We are pleased to announce that Lambert Labs is now an AWS Partner Network Select Consulting Partner. We have been using Amazon Web Services for over 3 years and now manage more than 15 AWS accounts for clients across a broad range of industries.
We have met stringent requirements in order to become AWS Select partners. Our AWS expertise includes holding more than 10 AWS Accreditations, made up of AWS Business Professional and AWS Technical Professional qualifications, and we have an ever-increasing number of AWS Associate Certification-holders among our ranks.
Our experience across the AWS offering is broad. It includes, but is not limited to:
Deploying web applications using AWS Elastic Beanstalk and AWS EC2
Managing databases/data warehouses with AWS RDS, Amazon DocumentDB, AWS DynamoDB and Amazon Redshift
Implementing serverless applications with AWS Lambda and AWS API Gateway
Using AWS CloudFormation to automate the creation and management of technology stacks on AWS
Using AWS Elastic Container Registry and Elastic Container Service to deploy and managed container based applications