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AWS Supports Cloud Migration of Navy Morale, Welfare & Recreation IT Resources

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Dec. 29, 2017 — Amazon Web Services has helped migrate the information technology resources of the Commander – Navy Installations Command’s Fleet and Family Readiness programs division to an unclassified cloud environment on AWS GovCloud (US), ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

The company said Wednesday the cloud deployment of 74 regional websites, 14 e-commerce sites, 10 regionally managed content management systems, seven event marketing sites and seven CNIC N9 headquarters sites serves to build on the delivery of morale, welfare and recreation services and information to U.S. Navy personnel and their families.

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