Mission and the Celtics began working together in 2010, when G2 Tech Group (which became Mission in October 2018) was selected to lead the club’s transformation from on-prem servers to the AWS Cloud. In 2017, Mission became an official corporate partner of the Boston Celtics. Since then, Mission has worked closely with the Celtics to develop and continually optimize a robust, secure, and reliable cloud computing environment. Mission provides the Celtics with Managed DevOps, cloud management, 24/7 cloud monitoring, and ongoing cloud consulting backed by a team of AWS experts.
“As a smart, data-driven, and pioneering adopter of the cloud and DevOps, the Celtics organization continues to be an incredible partner that understands and values the advantages these technologies and strategies deliver,” said Glenn Grant, President – U.S. East at Mission. “There’s a reason this club has more championship banners hanging than any other. We couldn’t be prouder of our work with the Celtics, or more excited to take our partnership to the next level as the team’s official Cloud Services Provider.”
“Mission is a highly trusted partner in our Technology portfolio. Their ability to manage our AWS assets independently, or in collaboration with internal resources, add to our innovation and flexibility in the complex world of disparate cloud and on-prem technologies. We look forward to further enhancements and joint projects with Mission in their official role as Cloud Services provider,” said Jay Wessland, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of the Boston Celtics.