We want to help state and local governments, community organizations, and educational institutions to better prepare for natural and man-made disasters that could affect their ability to run their mission-critical IT systems.
Today we are launching AWS Project Resilience. This new element of our existing Disaster Response program offers up to $2,000 in AWS credits to organizations of the types that I listed above. The program is open to new and existing customers, with distinct benefits for each:
New Customers – Eligible new customers can submit a request for up to $2,000 in AWS Project Resilience credits that can be used to offset costs incurred by storing critical datasets in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).
Existing Customers – Eligible existing customers can submit a request for up to $2,000 in AWS Project Resilience credits to offset the costs incurred by engaging CloudEndure and AWS Disaster Response experts to do a deep dive on an existing business continuity architecture.
Earlier this month I sat down with my colleague Ana Visneski to learn more about disaster preparedness, disaster recovery, and AWS Project Resilience. Here’s our video:
To learn more and to apply to the program, visit the AWS Project Resilience page!