Posted On: Nov 9, 2020

Subscribers and providers can now use AWS Data Exchange Private Products to exchange private or custom-made data products. Starting today, qualified data providers interested in offering their data to specific customers or partners can now use AWS Data Exchange Private Products to package, deliver, and bill for their products without having to build, operate, and maintain any data delivery infrastructure. Subscribers that need data products specifically made for them and not intended for the general public can use AWS Data Exchange Private Products to have that data delivered to them in the cloud. With the launch of Private Products, subscribers can use AWS Data Exchange as a single consistent way to acquire all externally sourced data, reducing their operational burden and allowing them to quickly onboard new data sources.

AWS Data Exchange makes it easy to find, subscribe to, and use third-party data in the cloud. Customers use AWS Data Exchange to subscribe to a diverse selection of third-party data products. Once subscribed, customers can use the AWS Data Exchange API or console to export the data they subscribed to Amazon S3, making it directly available for analysis using AWS’s analytics and machine learning services.

To learn more, see the AWS Data Exchange documentation here.