Centrify, a leader in securing hybrid enterprises through the power of identity services, has announced two milestones with Amazon Web Services (AWS): Centrify has been named an Advanced tier Partner in the AWS Partner Network (APN) and Centrify Identity Services are now available on AWS Marketplace.
Achieving Advanced Technology Partner status in the APN allows Centrify to leverage the power of AWS’s shared security model and provide identity and privilege management solutions for AWS administrators as well as developers and users of applications and workloads running on AWS services.
This week, Centrify is both exhibiting and presenting at AWS re:INVENT 2017 in Las Vegas.
“We are thrilled to be a member of the AWS Partner Network and extend our collaboration with the leading cloud services provider,” said Bill Mann, chief product officer at Centrify. “Our Advanced Technology Partner status enables us to couple Centrify’s cutting-edge identity services and privilege management with the AWS shared security model, making it simpler for organisations to securely manage their employees’ access to corporate AWS resources for development, application hosting and cloud storage and minimises the need for administrative shared accounts and passwords to be reset on AWS.
Australian battery company Redflow Limited will start manufacturing battery components at its new factory in Thailand next month, the company Chairman Brett Johnson told today’s 2017 Annual General Meeting in Brisbane.
“We are expecting to commence the initial manufacture of components for our electrode stacks during December and are on-track to have manufactured our first complete electrode stack by the end of January 2018,” Mr Johnson told shareholders at the AGM.
“These new stacks will be shipped to Brisbane where they will be installed on approximately 200 tank sets (without stacks) which were manufactured by Flex. These complete batteries will be tested and supplied to customers to meet existing and new orders.
“While our initial focus will be on the manufacture of stacks for these existing Flex tank sets, we will progressively validate high quality components and sub-assemblies until ultimately producing complete, fully tested batteries in our Thai factory. This milestone is planned for June 2018. We will then be able to ramp-up production in Thailand in line with customer demand. Once fully operational and orders warrant it, the manufacturing line should be able to manufacture up to 250 complete batteries a month.
“Should demand increase beyond that volume, the capital cost involved to establish a second manufacturing line is not problematic.”
Yvonne Nicolas, the ‘Queen of Adelaide’, has returned home to Adelaide where this week she will launch a 400-page memoir that tracks her life’s journey including.
Yvonne's stories in the book take you through her life as a businesswoman, a social influencer before the days of social media, a grieving daughter and sister, brushes with fame and spirituality.