San Francisco, NFAPost: Boeing has chosen Amazon Web Services as one of the providers to revamp its existing cloud operations and use AWS’ scalable high-performance computing infrastructure.

AWS will power new and existing Boeing digital applications, allowing the aerospace company to promote more efficient operations. Boeing will migrate applications out of on-premises data centers to AWS, strengthening its engineering and manufacturing processes.

Boeing’s CIO and SVP of Information Technology and Data Analytics Susan Doniz said the partnership with AWS will help us advance Boeing’s people, products and services by enabling everyone with the latest tools, technology and expertise.

“Boeing’s cloud strategy “removes infrastructure restraints, allowing for more ownership within teams, simplifies our processes and creates easier and more secure access to information,” said Boeing’s CIO and SVP of Information Technology and Data Analytics Susan Doniz.

Boeing has also negotiated cloud management deals with Microsoft and Google, apart from AWS. Boeing has already worked with all three companies on a limited basis and wants to avoid disrupting existing cloud-supported products by keeping all three on board.

The Boeing partnership is beneficiary for AWS, as the cloud company expands on a domestic and global scale. Amazon recently announced that it has completed the initial rollout of 16 AWS Local Zones in the U.S., with plans to launch more Local Zones throughout 26 countries over the next two years.

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