​AWS ​CLOUD ENGINEER ​for AWS Services expertise

AWS Basic Support

$ 800 Monthly
  • ​For clients with less than 1​0 ​instances with ​​basic requirements ​to reduce costs with expert support.

​AWS Standard Support

$ 1,500 Monthly
  • ​For clients with less than ​22 ​instances with ​standard requirements ​to reduce costs with expert support.

​AWS Premier Support

$ 2800 Monthly
  • ​For clients with less than ​35 mission critical ​instances with complex requirements such as chef, puppet, multi-az, autoscaling, data streaming, server-less, devops, ​etc.

What clients say about Cloud Computing Technologies

"CCT's diverse skills and expertise has reduced our technical debt by millions of dollars to which we have reinvested into future capabilities."
Mrs Hanson
Mrs. Hanson
"With CCT migrating our critical systems into the AWS, 80% our staff is now remote working."
Mrs Miller
Mrs. Miller
"They showed us how to meeting regulatory compliance in AWS Landing Zone and greatly improved our cloud security controls."
Mrs Wilson
Mrs. Wilson
"From CCT, our agency received application rationalization services and successful application migrations meeting all KPIs and SLAs."
Mr Smith
Federal Agency
"I highly recommend the data science team at CCT. They are technically proficient, great communicators, unbiased, and reduced our false positives by 68%."
Mr Brown
Mr. Brown
"The team at CCT is knowledgable and insightful in developing a cloud architecture leading to our mission success."
Mr Robinson
Mr. Robinson
Custom Enterprise Plans available upon request for Clients with specific RPO and RTO requirements and more than 36 instances.

Upon initial AWS cloud engineer consultation, we develop custom AWS Migration Strategies to meet your requirements and timelines.  We release the pressure and concern from moving to a new AWS cloud platform by developing an AWS landing Zone specifically suited to meet your expectations in scalability, reliability, cost, and performance. Let us assist you with these critical first steps as we mitigate any service disruption or deployment risks for a successful deployment.

Under our service plans, we commonly are requested to provide Cost Optimization Recommendations.  Design and architecture of cloud systems impacts the cost efficiency your AWS system.  We analyze your AWS configurations and identify areas to optimize cost and performance.

Developing in-house AWS expertise is expensive, time consuming and challenging.  As a contracted extension to your team, we augment your technical capabilities with experienced and talented AWS Expertise to facilitate your goal accomplishments in cost and capability!

All of our consulting support plan prices are labor only and exclude Amazon AWS services and/or third party costs ​which are paid directly by the client. Services available to Federal Agencies via GSA Schedule 47QTCA23D000J. Further information available at ​AWS Certified Cloud Engineer

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Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB)

Small Disadvantaged Business leads to enhanced innovation and creativity, as these businesses often offer unique perspectives and solutions shaped by their diverse backgrounds. Moreover, partnering with Small Disadvantaged Business can provide access to specialized skills and capabilities that might otherwise be overlooked, contributing to improved competitiveness and efficiency.

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“I’ve been ​using Cloud Computing Technologies AWS Cloud Engineers for ​several years now and I can’t describe how much they have helped my business! Profit raised for ​60% after first year​! I recommend their Professional Plan!”
– ​Dave Sparkson from ​SparklingDiamonds
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AWS Cloud Engineer

In 2003, two engineers working in Amazon had a historic epiphany. They decided to commercialize their retail brand’s existing IT infrastructure as a platform for providing automated and standardized cloud services over the Internet.
More than 17 years later, AWS is now the biggest name in the cloud computing industry and competes with Google, Microsoft, IBM, and other IT giants. During this period, AWS has been credited for transforming the cloud landscape, thanks to its flexible cloud solutions and scalable infrastructure. Some of the AWS data centers are located in Brazil, Europe, Japan, Singapore, and US, guaranteeing that businesses around the world have full data backups as soon as their operations are halted due to a sudden disaster.
You can use AWS for the following uses:
  • Store large amounts of private or public data for any industry.
  • Host a static website that is based on client-side web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Provision a dynamic website or application with any n-tier model, integrating application and database tiers to your environment.
  • Manage peak loads on your website. This can be especially useful for e-commerce websites that receive extensive workloads once they are well established in a niche.
  • Process large datasets for scientific use, especially when it comes to AI and machine learning applications.

What Do the Numbers Say?

According to a 2018 whitepaper, AWS makes IT services affordable. A survey showed that AWS migration offered a great deal of benefits to the participants. With AWS, they…
  • Increased ROI over a five-year period
  • Generated more than $36 million additional revenue per year
  • Increased feature delivery by three times
  • Enhance developer productivity by 25%
  • Reduced unplanned downtime by 94%
  • Improved efficiency of IT infrastructure by 64%

AWS Cloud Engineer Platform Expertise

Planning and implementing highly available and resilient cloud solutions


Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) with CloudFormation and Terraform


Building and maintaining cloud-native applications


Monitoring with CloudWatch, ELK, and Prometheus


Troubleshooting distributed systems


AWS CodeBuild, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline


Background in Linux/Unix and Windows server

Reasons to Choose AWS Cloud

If you are uncertain about cloud migration, then here are some reasons that can help you make up your mind.


AWS’ flexibility knows no bounds. It offers high-class customization to address the requirements for a variety of businesses. For instance, you can use customer-defined tagging to track and oversee resources. From organization and automation to cost tracking and security, there are a lot ways to customize AWS tags.

Automated Scheduling

One of the reasons to pick AWS is its capability to launch and pause multiple instances at predetermined times. For instance, the ability to schedule services, such as Relational Database Service (RDS) and Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) keeps businesses worriless during weekends or off hours.

Disaster Recovery

Not all businesses can afford downtime. For some, even a brief period of data loss is a recipe for disaster. On other hand, some organizations find downtime more expensive than the cost of maintaining a multi-site recovery method. Regardless of your organization’s data loss tolerance, AWS can equip you with suitable tools to build an effective disaster recovery plan.

PaaS Offerings

PaaS-powered applications seem to be the future of contemporary IT industry. AWS has a powerful infrastructure along with several complementary services, which makes it the best PaaS provider in the industry. CCT’s AWS cloud engineers can strategically plan your AWS management to provide a clear understanding on how to work with infrastructure, transcoding, caching, database, application management, storage, and backup. We can configure and customize all of these critical components via AWS’ user-friendly dashboard.

Generative AI Software Integration

Boost your business efficiency with our custom Generative AI Business Software, tailored for HR, finance, sales, event management, and customer service. Leveraging advanced natural language processing and AI-driven data science, we specialize in customer segmentation, sales analysis, and lead scoring. Elevate your operations and gain a competitive advantage with our precision-driven AI solutions. Contact us to integrate AI seamlessly into your key systems and transform your business.


A conventional infrastructure requires you to assess the capacity of IT resources your systems will consume over a certain period. By underestimating your needs and making the wrong analysis, your IT infrastructure can be affected because your applications might not have the compute power required to manage unexpected traffic, resulting in customer dissatisfaction, due to sluggish loading speeds.
On the other hand, if you overestimate your computing requirements, your hard-earned money will go to waste. AWS’ elastic pay-what-you-use- model enables you to align your infrastructure according to the exact demands, offering both agile and lean IT operations. CCT’s cloud computing engineers can assist you with scaling Amazon EC2’s instances, so you can deploy new applications in no time.

Reduction in Upfront Sunk Costs

Companies planning a move to the cloud are sometimes driven by them motivation to become more innovative and agile. The conventional capital expenditure (CapEx) funding model is outdated and inefficient as it is tough to test new ideas. With AWS cloud, you can acquire the agility to rapidly create and run new instances on AWS and experiment different types of services without making a major upfront investment in sunk costs.

AWS Services

AWS boats a strong reputation due to its broad range of services. The popular ones are listed below.
  • CloudDrive – Utilize web connected devices to gain access and upload different files, like music, videos, photos, and documents.
  • CloudSearch – It’s a scalable search service. You can use it to integrate customized search capabilities.
  • Dynamo Database – It’s a NoSQL database that is well-known for its low latency and scalability.
  • ElastiCache – It’s a protocol that is compliant with Memcached. It reduces database load by boosting dynamic web apps.
  • Elastic Compute Cloud – It facilitates business subscribers in running app programs where they can rely on an unlimited number of virtual machines (VMs).
  • RedShift – It’s a data warehouse service that can handle voluminous amounts of data. This service is created to address analytic workloads. You can connect it with SQL-based clients and business intelligence tools.

Experience and Agile Expertise

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Businesses switching to AWS can be more competitive, enhance security, achieve greater productivity, improve reliability, strengthen security, and optimize IT costs. Get in touch with us so our AWS cloud engineers can help you to enjoy these advantages.
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Frequently Asked Questions

An AWS Cloud Engineer is a professional responsible for designing, implementing, and managing cloud infrastructure and solutions using Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform. They play a crucial role in helping businesses leverage AWS services to build scalable, reliable, and cost-effective cloud environments that meet their specific requirements. AWS Cloud Engineers possess in-depth knowledge of AWS services, architectures, and best practices, enabling them to design and deploy solutions that optimize performance, security, and efficiency in the cloud.
Essential skills and qualifications for an AWS Cloud Engineer include proficiency in AWS services such as EC2, S3, RDS, VPC, IAM, and CloudFormation, as well as experience with infrastructure as code (IaC) tools such as Terraform or AWS CloudFormation. Additionally, AWS Cloud Engineers should have strong understanding of networking, security, and compliance principles in the cloud, as well as experience with automation, scripting, and troubleshooting in AWS environments. Many AWS Cloud Engineers also hold certifications such as AWS Certified Solutions Architect or AWS Certified DevOps Engineer, which validate their expertise and proficiency in AWS technologies.
Typical responsibilities of an AWS Cloud Engineer include designing and implementing cloud architectures, provisioning and configuring AWS resources, managing security and compliance in the cloud, optimizing performance and cost efficiency, and automating infrastructure deployment and management tasks. AWS Cloud Engineers also play a key role in monitoring and troubleshooting cloud environments, identifying and resolving issues to ensure uptime and reliability. Additionally, they collaborate with cross-functional teams to align cloud solutions with business objectives and requirements.
Businesses can benefit from hiring an AWS Cloud Engineer in several ways, including accelerated cloud adoption, improved infrastructure scalability and reliability, enhanced security and compliance posture, and optimized cost efficiency. AWS Cloud Engineers bring valuable expertise and experience to the table, enabling businesses to design and deploy cloud solutions that align with their strategic objectives and deliver tangible business value. By leveraging the skills and knowledge of an AWS Cloud Engineer, businesses can maximize the benefits of AWS platform, streamline operations, and gain a competitive edge in today’s digital landscape.
Businesses can find reputable companies that provide AWS Cloud Engineer services by conducting thorough research, seeking recommendations from industry peers, and reviewing case studies and testimonials from past clients. Additionally, businesses can leverage online platforms such as AWS Partner Network (APN) or AWS Marketplace to discover certified AWS Consulting Partners and Solution Providers with expertise in cloud architecture and engineering. When evaluating potential service providers, businesses should consider factors such as industry experience, certifications, customer references, and alignment with their specific business needs and goals.