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January 10, 2023 by Haddayr Copley-Woods

Partnership Spotlight: Jamf and AWS

AWS and Jamf worked together last year to provide strength and safety for organizations seeking to climb higher.

2022: a record year for Jamf and AWS

Jamf is the only company that integrates with the ZTNA framework of all three of the largest cloud providers in the world. Because Microsoft, Google and AWS trust Jamf, our customers can provide trusted access to their employees.

And last year, our connection to Amazon grew even tighter.

Last year we announced that AWS is a Jamf customer.

Amazon’s faith in our solutions means a lot to us, as does our partnership. We are proud to be an AWS customer ourselves; we use AWS as our cloud provider for the Jamf platform, knowing our close partnership strengthens our customers' environments and workflows.

Secure management of Amazon EC2 Mac instances

In 2022, we unveiled a streamlined and powerful workflow to manage and secure Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Mac instances at scale. This workflow allows organizations to provide managed, trusted access to their macOS workloads on AWS. Software engineering, security and creative teams can now all use ephemeral macOS environments on AWS: managed and secured by Jamf. This can provide unprecedented ease for organizations to scale macOS resources.

Jamf joined AWS's Independent Software Vendor Accelerate Program (ISV).

In 2022, Amazon accepted Jamf into AWS ISV Accelerate, a co-sell program for AWS partners who provide software solutions that run on or integrate with AWS. Close collaboration with the AWS Sales team enables Jamf to provide better outcomes to AWS customers as AWS ISV Accelerate Partners and the AWS team work together.

Support for AWS Verified Access for macOS

In November, Jamf and AWS announced the AWS Verified Access integration, bringing the next generation of device-based security to the modern workplace.

With AWS Verified Access, organizations using AWS and Jamf can verify that devices are managed and meet an acceptable risk threshold before providing access to sensitive or critical internal services. With this integration, organizations can use the AWS infrastructure they have invested in, empower users with the devices they love and depend on security workflows that IT and security teams trust.

Looking ahead

We can't wait to see how our teams continue to grow together to best innovate for our joint customers in the coming years, continuing our mission to empower people by simplifying work.

Learn more about AWS integrations.

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Haddayr Copley-Woods is a senior copywriter in Jamf's marketing department. She blogs about education, accessibility, security and other issues affecting Mac admins.
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