WebServius Data Monetization Platform

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WebServius allows you to sell valuable data to others: Simply upload your data table to SimpleDB, connect it to WebServius, and set a price per row or per column. WebServius then re-exposes your data as a fully-managed pay-per-use API.

Details

Company: WebServius, Inc.
Inquiry e-mail address: info@webservius.com
Amazon Web Services Used: Amazon SimpleDB
Solution URL: http://blog.webservius.com/2010/09/14/introducing-amazon-simpledb-integration/
Audience: Developers
Pricing: Both Free and for-fee tiers available
How does this application use Amazon Web Services?: Application allows owners of valuable data (stored in SimpleDB) to monetize it as a pay-per-use API
Created On: October 18, 2010 4:42 AM GMT
Last Updated: October 21, 2010 10:32 PM GMT

WebServius + SimpleDB: The easiest way to sell data online

Amazon SimpleDB offers a great way to store data for use within your own applications - but what if you want to sell the data to others? By combining SimpleDB and WebServius, you can.

Start by uploading your valuable data (for example, some historical stock quotes or a direct marketing list) to SimpleDB. Then, create a WebServius account and connect it to your SimpleDB account. Finally, set any pricing rules you want (such as selling the data at $0.001 per row). You will instantly get a commercial-grade pay-per-use API complete with a user signup page, a system for issuing API keys, and billing capabilities.

Some of the features include:

  • Flexible pricing for your data (e.g. price per row, price per "premium" column, etc)
  • Simplified querying (your API users do not need to learn SimpleDB syntax for accessing your data)
  • Developer-friendly data formats for query results, including both XML and JSON
  • White-labeling support (API signup page may look like a part of your site)

If you have data that you think may be valuable to others - contact us and find out how you can unlock its value.

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