Who We Are
We’re a services and solutions partner that helps large organisations make the most of emerging technologies. At Ammeon we believe the future should never leave our customers behind and we’re 100% committed to delivering this promise.
Our dynamic team of over 200 technical professionals has the talent and smarts to unlock value from DevOps, Cloud and related technologies. Find out why Fortune 500 companies choose us.
Why Choose Us?
It's What We Do
Outcomes Not Hours
How We Can Help?
We have built our reputation on helping customers solve complex IT problems. The transformation journey to DevOps ways of working and the adoption of cloud technologies is challenging. Are you trying to figure out how to get started? With our focus on outcomes our Consulting Practice will show you how to realize value from your journey.
OpenStack: We currently offer a number of courses covering OpenStack, from understanding the fundamentals, to managing and operating OpenStack in production. DevOps: New DevOps training coming soon!
We’ve created a comprehensive catalog of services and solutions to support your transformation. We work from the inside out, building and deploying tools, migrating your applications and managing your environments allowing you to focus on your core business.
Are you trying to figure out how to migrate your services to the cloud? Are you unsure how to get started? We understand the demands and provide a range of consultation and implementation services to accelerate your cloud transition – no matter what your starting point.
Companies We Work With
Ammeon is the right partner for delivering open source cloud infrastructure technology, and they’ve proven it with Fortune 500 customers including Telefonica, Vodafone and Ericsson.
Ammeon has a strong track record of delivering open source technology to customers.
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