Kyndryl joins AWS to create cloud centre of excellence

John Leonard
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Kyndryl joins AWS to create cloud centre of excellence. Source Kyndryl
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Kyndryl joins AWS to create cloud centre of excellence. Source Kyndryl

IBM spinoff now has partnerships with all of the 'big three' cloud providers

Kyndryl, which was spun off from IBM's former infrastructure services business, has announced a new partnership with AWS. The deal means that Kyndryl, which became an independent company on 04 November...

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