The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Credits Program for Nonprofits provides credits for cloud services to eligible nonprofits and public libraries throughout Canada. The AWS cloud platform offers access to high-powered computing, storage, data warehousing, development, analytics, content delivery, and other services to help nonprofits scale without investing in physical infrastructure.
Through this program, TechSoup Canada members can access US$1,000 in AWS credits valid for 12 months that can be applied toward usage fees for AWS on-demand cloud services.
Are you making the most out of your AWS credits? Do you ever wonder if AWS is right for your organization? Watch the video recording of our recent webinar as we chat with AWS experts about tips and tricks for using AWS credits. You will learn best practices to help your organization save time and money on AWS, and understand how your nonprofit can collaborate with its peers and accelerate mission impact on the cloud.
What you’ll learn during this webinar:
- What is AWS?
- How is AWS supporting nonprofit organizations?
- What resources are available to support your organization’s use of AWS?
About the speakers:
Jamin Gluck, Sr. Global Program Manager, AWS Nonprofits
After growing up in Atlanta, Jamin Gluck attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison and then lived abroad in both Israel and Hong Kong. Jamin has a passion for connecting with nonprofit leaders and helping them work backwards from their mission to utilize creative methods to achieve their goals. In his role at Amazon, Jamin works to empower organizations around the world with the unique and sometimes “peculiar” Amazonian processes and resources. He loves public speaking, red licorice, and power walking through Atlanta while listening to Beyoncé or Britney Spears.
Veena Chandran, Solutions Architect
Veena is a member of the AWS Nonprofits team dedicated to helping all types and sizes of organizations use cloud technology for mission delivery.
Curious about AWS Credits?
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