AUSTIN, Texas –  July 27, 2017 — DoubleHorn, a cloud solutions provider, and services broker, today announced the release of its platform management platform on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. To accelerate platform availability, AWS provided underwriting for development of the DoubleHorn platform solution, which is tailored to AWS.

“We’re pleased to add DoubleHorn’s platform to our growing portfolio of cloud management solutions specialized on AWS,” said Barry Russell, General Manager of Business Development, AWS Marketplace and Catalog Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Working with the company over the past several years, we’re impressed not only with the solid underlying technology but also with their deep understanding of the special requirements of private and public sector organizations, to help them navigate technology transformations.”

The platform platform provides users with a single portal for finding, managing, and monitoring their AWS services within one interface. By enabling users to search AWS Marketplace for cloud solutions based on more than 20 attributes, the platform makes it simple for businesses to find the right cloud solution for their needs. Monitoring clouds is also streamlined within the platform platform, which allows cloud administrators to monitor clouds as well as start, stop, restart and terminate compute instances and view or terminate storage and database instances. Additionally, the platform provides reporting functionality on compute usage across several types, including CPU usage, transfer in/out and read/write.

“The elasticity of AWS helps make our platform, platform, an ideal choice for companies whose capacity requirements are truly dynamic. We were pleased to be able to assist Travis County in migrating to AWS, and value their trust in selecting DoubleHorn for such a critical project,” said Don Mackenzie, Cloud Architect and Sales Engineer at DoubleHorn.

DoubleHorn has collaborated with AWS for more than five years to provide complete, compliant cloud services and a cloud management portfolio to countless organizations, including many Texas governmental agencies, counties, cities, and police departments. This work supported the development of a long-term relationship that helps organizations choose and manage their cloud solutions.

“We are very proud of the release of platform on AWS Marketplace and look forward to growing our relationship with AWS,” said Tab Schadt, DoubleHorn CEO. “We’ve earned an excellent reputation in the public sector due to our demonstrated expertise in addressing their unique requirements. AWS has always been a key enabler in that pursuit, as they provide and support the foundation for many of our solutions.”

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About DoubleHorn

Austin-based DoubleHorn is a leading Cloud Services Broker and technology solutions company founded in 2005. Born from an eagerness to stay ahead of the technology curve, DoubleHorn’s clients have trusted them to navigate their critical decisions. With the innovative platform, platform, clients can manage all aspects of their cloud accounts. Learn more about DoubleHorn’s platform platform and other services at


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