The infrastructure for cloud services would cost $12 billion in India by 2030, according to a recent announcement by Amazon Web Services. The resignation of AWS India Head Puneet Chandok is currently a hot topic of conversation.
Puneet Chandok, the head of “Amazon Web Services (AWS)” for India and South Asia, has resigned. It is anticipated that Vaishali Kasturi, Head of Enterprises, Mid Market and Global Business, will temporarily assume leadership in his stead. When Puneeth will leave the company is still uncertain. AWS has not yet released a formal statement on this. ‘Tech Crunch‘ website reports that company insiders have confirmed Puneeth’s departure.
According to Puneeth’s LinkedIn profile, he started working for Amazon four years ago. It appears that the important members of the staff of the company were informed of Puneeth’s resignation on Tuesday. Industry insiders say there’s a chance he’ll join a different organisation. Cloud computing services are reportedly expanding quickly in India. It is well known that Amazon has declared that, by 2030, it would spend $12 billion building out cloud infrastructure in India. The subject of Puneeth’s departure is being discussed right now.