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  • A Business level+ Support Plan
  • At least four references from customers citing machine-learning projects the partner has completed within the last 12 months. At least two references must be publically accessible.
  • A machine learning solution built on AWS.
  • Minimum one employee must have an AWS associate certification or higher.

The datasheet explains that the machine learning competency is for partners whose main business is providing machine-learning services to customers. It is not for partners who only use machine learning as a background in their solutions. AWS stated that they are looking for partners who are ‘builders’ and can help their customers create intelligence within their applications. “What we don’t want are developers or users that use Machine Learning in their overall application or service. This could include applying a predictive model to cyber security. We recommend that you pursue the APN Security Competency. At launch, 17 APN partners hold the AWS Machine Learning competency. More information about the competency can be found here. More information from AWS Re:Invent 2017:

  • Sumerian: AWS Helps Developers Build VR and 3-D Apps
  • AWS Launches Cloud-Based Video Processing Service
  • VMware and AWS Announce Updates for Their Hybrid Cloud
  • AWS Launches a Bare-Metal EC2 hypervisor with a New I3 Instance
  • GuardDuty is AWS Taps Machine Learning to Secure ItsCloud
  • AWS Updates Aurora, DynamoDB, Unveils Neptune graph Database
  • Kubernetes Service, Hands-Free Container Deployment Available at AWS
  • AWS Partners Now Have the Opportunity to Gain Networking Competency

By Delilah