We're proud of our Cloudticity team members Uri Katsir and Thomas Zinn for their guest-post on the AWS Management Tools blog, "How Cloudticity Automates Security Patches for Linux and Windows using Amazon EC2 Systems Manager and AWS Step Functions."
Our customer Verge Health empowers more than 900 healthcare organizations to proactively protect and defend patients, caregivers, and organizations against errors, adverse events, and policy violations in order to achieve optimal quality and safety results. Their Converge Platform is a comprehensive, enterprise software solution offering a secure workspace with built-in workflow for high-risk and high-liability data. With Converge, hospital systems have a cross-functional, proactive surveillance tool that is always on—highlighting issues and supporting a rapid response to any and all events.
What makes Cloudticity different from the slew of AWS partners out there? At the core, it's our culture. It what lets us win time and time again, over bigger, badder, bloated competitors.
Our team is productive, happy, healthy, and totally focused on keeping our customers secure, highly available, performance, and cost-optimized.
We're honored that AWS recently posted an article on the Amazon Partner Network blog about Cloudticity's advanced automation for Cloudticity Oxygen™. Cloudticity Oxygen is a purpose-built managed services platform specifically designed to help healthcare organizations stay HIPAA compliant on AWS with 24x7x365 support, incident management, continuous compliance monitoring, automated remediation of problems, and a bulletproof security operations center.
It was an honor to be asked to present the first session on HIPAA compliance ever at AWS re:Invent. Check out the video of my joint presentation with Mark Wellscott, Director of Application Development at Spectrum Health, where we talked about bringing their patient portal live on AWS. We solved some tough issues, including security, EHR integration, and DevOps concerns around automated deployments.