Zoom and Amazon Web Services

Zoom’s cloud-based communication and collaboration platforms incorporate over 40 different Amazon Web Services (AWS) offerings, including compute, storage, and encryption solutions. Zoom uses AWS to provide reliable, real-time, video-first communications at scale.

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Zoom is an AWS partner for the mission of government

Zoom is an intuitive, scalable, and secure choice for the future of agency communications. Zoom utilizes an extensive set of AWS services, including Amazon’s cloud-based elastic compute capacity (EC2) and object storage (S3) offerings. Additionally, the Zoom for Government platform is based on the AWS GovCloud.

Delivering an easy-to-use and reliable offering requires an advanced cloud strategy. Amazon EC2 offers Zoom an advanced compute platform, including graphics processing, to deliver real-time video around the globe. Amazon’s S3 object storage helps drive Zoom’s scalability, data availability, security, and performance.

Accelerating digital transformation in government

Through this partnership, U.S. federal, state, and local government customers have additional options to obtain Zoom Meetings and Team Chat, Zoom Video Webinars, and Zoom Rooms through the AWS Marketplace.

Two platforms supporting the missions of U.S. federal, state, and local governments.

Zoom for Government (AWS GovCloud, FedRAMP):

Designed for government agencies (federal, state, local) required to comply or conform with FedRAMP Moderate and/or need validated compliance with FIPS 140-2 cryptography.

Learn more about Zoom for Government

Zoom (Federal, State, and Local Government Customers only):

The standard Zoom platform. This can be used by state and local agencies that don’t adhere to federal security requirements.

Learn more about which Zoom platform is best of you