The AWS Service Delivery Program (SDP for short) is designed to validate AWS Partners with deep technical knowledge, experience, and proven success in delivering specific AWS services to customers.

Success Cases

Intcomex Cloud and AWS join forces to make OneSolutions a safer solution

OneSolutions is a software development and consulting company with operations in Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Ecuador, and Spain (Barcelona).

Its portfolio of products and services includes enterprise tools such as SAP Business One, Oracle, and PayOne (Payroll and HR software).

Understanding the needs of its clients, OneSolutions developed Humanuss, an HR and payroll management tool under the SaaS model.

This tool allows for clear and effective digitization and automation of personnel information and compensation management, avoiding payroll calculation errors without needing to be an expert accountant.

Challenging the Limits in Security: AWS and Intcomex Cloud Elevate Aplicom to New Heights of Cloud Protection

Aplicom is a Costa Rican company that has been serving as a commercial ally in the digital transformation processes of companies for over 24 years.

As a 100% Costa Rican enterprise, their value proposition lies in empowering organizations with technology, innovation, and knowledge, reducing operational expenses, and increasing efficiency and productivity across all processes.


Aplicom’s core business revolves around document management solutions, with over 500 active clients and a monthly digitization volume of approximately 2.5 million documents.



 AWS WAF Delivery Partners are AWS Partners that implement AWS WAF to protect applications on the network from common network exploits that could jeopardize security, affect application availability, or result in excessive resource consumption. Working with an AWS WAF Delivery Partner, you can increase the security of your web applications and create custom rules to block common attack patterns such as SQL injection or crosssite scripting.

What is AWS WAF?

AWS WAF is a web application firewall that helps protect web applications from attacks by allowing you to configure rules that enable, block, or count web requests based on conditions you define. Conditions include IP addresses, HTTP headers, URI strings, SQL injection, and crosssite scripting.

How does it work?

How does AWS WAF block or enable traffic?

When the underlying service receives requests for its websites, it sends them to AWS WAF to inspect them according to its rules. If the request meets one of the conditions defined in the rules, AWS WAF will order the underlying service to block or enable the request based on the action it has defined.

What types of attacks can AWS WAF help to stop?

AWS WAF helps you protect your website from common attack techniques, such as SQL injection and crosssite scripting (XSS). Additionally, you can create rules that can block or limit traffic from specific user agents, specific IP addresses, or that contain particular request headers.