Amazon is expanding it’s cloud computing business in Western Canada
Demand for cloud professionals is growing
Amazon is the center of the commercial world in many ways, and its cloud services are a huge reason why. With this in mind, it’s particularly exciting to hear that Amazon is planning on creating a cloud infrastructure region in Western Canada over the next 15-plus years.
According to this piece from Bloomberg , “Amazon said the new AWS Canada West region will allow more developers and companies — as well as government, education, and nonprofit organizations — to run applications and serve end-users from data centers from within a country that spans about 7,000 kilometers.” This means that the new infrastructure region will support a lot of professionals outside of those who work directly for Amazon.
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