Nonprofit Cloud Services
Some of the biggest technology-related challenges nonprofit organizations face today are infrastructure elasticity, data ingestion, aggregation and archiving, data security, limited access to data, and ineffective use of data for research and analysis, marketing, and fundraising.
AWS Cloud solutions such as Auto Scaling, Amazon EC2, Amazon Kinesis and Direct Connect or Snowball, Amazon S3 or Glacier, Amazon RDS, machine learning, Amazon EMR, and Redshift can help overcome these challenges.
ClearScale is an AWS Premier Consulting Partner and a leading cloud services firm that builds most challenging and unique cloud solutions for a variety of clients, including nonprofits and social impact organizations. We deliver end-to end nonprofit cloud services for organizations with needs and desire for innovation.
ClearScale has successfully delivered a number of Big Data, Migration, and Development projects on AWS for non-profit organizations, including:
- Implementation of a large data lake on AWS for Analysis of Heterogeneous Data for non-profit security organization C4ADS
- Migration of legacy applications to AWS to modernize and scale operations for non-profit healthcare organization SFMatch
- Migration of massive data into Amazon ElasticSearch for one non-profit healthcare organization
With our nonprofit cloud services we can help you design, develop, and build secure, highly available, and scalable applications, websites, and fundraising management systems. We can also manage large databases, deploy data warehouses, or build data lakes to help your non-profit organization save time and money while improving efficiency and achieving your goals.
Contact Us to discuss your nonprofit cloud services needs.
"Our partnership with AWS has been a great experience, and the platform has proven to be a powerful tool in storing and piecing together disparate data sets across different languages and format. ClearScale provided us the boost we needed to address issues of transnational security in a more timely fashion."
David W. Lynch, Chief of Analysis, C4ADS