Adfolks Eyes the Growing Wave of Cloud Adoption in the Region
Adfolks LLC, a UAE-based cloud-native engineering services company, is all set to leverage the growing wave of public cloud adoption in the region with its recently earned three advanced specialisations, namely the Modernisation of Web Applications to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialisation; the Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialisation; and Linux and Open-Source Database migration to Microsoft Azure advanced Specialisation.
As companies in the region are gradually recovering from the repercussion of COVID-19, they have realised that their current investment in cloud-based technology was crucial to business resiliency. This has prompted them to modernise their applications and take full advantage of the benefits that cloud computing can offer as well as seek a partner with advanced skills to migrate, optimise, and manage their existing web workloads to the cloud.
Arun Mohan, CEO & Founder, Adfolks LLC, said, “We are delighted and honoured to receive the three advanced specialisations. With cloud adoption gaining impetus in the region, these advanced specialisations could not have been timelier. As an established player in the cloud consulting space, Adfolks is proactively engaged in not only helping enterprises in the region take care of their cloud investments but also to minimise the risk of migrating to the cloud and manage their Azure ecosystem. Earning these three specialisations has helped us to further boost our efforts in supporting enterprises that need to unlock the complete potential of the cloud and are uncertain of the strategies involved.”
“For Adfolks, achieving these three specialisations are a huge milestone since it also bolsters our capability as a digital transformation partner in the marketplace. These specialisations are a validation of Adfolks’s deep knowledge, extensive experience and proven expertise in the mentioned areas,” added Jia Ashitta, Azure Growth Specialist at Adfolks
Only partners that meet stringent criteria around customer success and staff skills, as well as pass a third-party audit of their web workload deployment & management practices and their ability to implement these services, can earn these advanced specialisations.