CirrusHQ, the first and only UK Consulting Partner to hold the AWS Education Competency and the Well-Architected Framework certification, are delighted that AWS have released an official AWS Podcast featuring the University of Oxford discussing their journey with CirrusHQ to bring their Museums collections online.
The University of Oxford’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums contain some of the world’s most significant collections and CirrusHQ was chosen to provide a solution to take these important catalogues online using AWS.
The podcast features Simon Elisha from AWS interviewing Anjanesh Babu, Systems Architect and Network Manager Gardens and Museum (GLAM) IT from the University of Oxford.
In the podcast we learn how one of the oldest museums in the world moved their collections online and hear from the University about the journey they took with AWS and the benefits a long term close working relationship brings to complex projects.
Daemonn Brody MD at CirrusHQ commented “The University of Oxford’s Gardens, Libraries and Museums is such an invaluable resource to people all over the world and CirrusHQ worked closely, in partnership with the University, to ensure that this project was delivered successfully making use of the capabilities of the AWS cloud to enable this to be an amazing resource for the public.”