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The Why

Atlantic BT's AWS Partnership

We partnered with AWS eight years ago because they changed the way we thought about infrastructure, they were the leader in their space, and they created a safe and secure space to deploy and run applications. This is all still true today! From B2B to B2C, Higher education, Local and State government, we have helped hundreds of organizations get started with AWS.

“I recently took over a job that has an existing AWS environment, and I don’t know what’s running and if it’s necessary.”
“My boss told me to get something deployed to AWS and I need help getting started.”
“We replicated our physical environment in the cloud and are now paying too much.”
“I still log in with root credentials and need help securing my AWS account.”
...just to name a few, of course.

How Atlantic BT Helps You

Rely on ABT's AWS Partnership, extensive experience, and certified professionals.

Application Migration

Let us work with your team to move your workloads to the cloud. We have spent hours architecting and building VPC’s, Security Groups, IAM roles, and interacting with all other types of AWS services so you don’t have to start from the beginning.


We are happy to have our team of AWS engineers take accountability for the uptime of your service or application. In our Managed Service provider model you get peace of mind knowing someone is watching.

AWS DevOps

We have automated all the things using industry-standard tools like Terraform, Ansible, CloudFormation, go, Octopus Deploy and plain old SSH. We also know that DevOps is a culture, not simply a tool or a role. We enjoy the flexibility that AWS gives us as part of our DevOps culture to get things into production faster and to facilitate better experimentation.

AWS Audit

Let our AWS experts comb through your AWS environment and look for misconfigurations, cost savings, or security issues.

AWS Architecture

AWS is different from traditional environments. This is important to consider when designing cloud-native applications. We understand AWS architecture choices, scalability, resource types, automation, and flexible components.

AWS Case Studies

Night Sky
Constellation needed to meet the stringent compliance needs of today's modern credit unions while maintaining a DevOps culture. See how Atlantic BT helped Constellation solve their DevOps challenges.
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How do you rapidly turn a prototype into a scalable application? Atlantic BT built a leading healthcare provider's application from scratch using .NET, leading to an ongoing partnership.
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Questions & Answers

Are there differences in application architecture that are important for the cloud?
It is important to build applications and workloads specifically for the cloud. You will want to carefully consider what services the cloud provider of your choice has to offer and how your application leverages those services.
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Are there any drawbacks to cloud hosting?
Yes, there will always be some risks associated with any hosting option. You are relying on the resiliency and engineering of infrastructure that has scaled at an astounding rate.
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What’s the benefit of hosting in the cloud vs. traditional options?
Reasons not to host in the cloud are few and far between. If you don't host in the cloud, you will spend more in both CapEx and OpEx to manage your applications or websites in a traditional environment.
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How can I improve the performance of my application?
There are several primary reasons that applications perform poorly, and in some cases it’s a combination of several. 1) Data latency: If your application is making calls to a data source (whether it’s an API or a direct call) and there is latency at the data provider, your application performance will suffer.
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Should I move my application to the cloud?
The answer is ‘probably yes’. There aren’t many reasons for an application to be hosted elsewhere, aside from occasional compliance standards, or requirements to integrate with local services that would require large amounts of data to move from on-premise to cloud.
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Where should my application be hosted?
There are many different options for hosting, but most applications would do well with one of the cloud providers -- Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure.
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