Posted On: Jun 27, 2023
Today, AWS announced the general availability of AWS AppFabric, a new no code service that quickly connects software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications including Asana, Atlassian Jira suite, Dropbox, Miro, Okta, Slack, Smartsheet, Webex by Cisco, Zendesk, Zoom, Google Workspace, and Microsoft 365—with security tools including Logz.io, Netskope, NetWitness, Rapid7, and Splunk. With AppFabric, IT and security teams can more easily manage and secure applications by aggregating and normalizing log data into a central repository that is accessible to leading security tools, and employees can complete everyday tasks faster using generative artificial intelligence (AI).
With a few steps in the AWS Management Console, IT and security teams use AppFabric to connect their organization’s third-party apps. These teams then use their preferred security tool to access a unified view into application usage and performance, all without the need to build customized point-to-point integrations. Using AppFabric, customers can reduce operational costs by removing custom code development and maintenance to connect these applications, while also increasing observability across application data to improve their organization’s security posture.
The AppFabric's generative AI feature, powered by Amazon Bedrock, will automatically perform actions or generate insights and content across applications and return results where the end user is working.
AWS AppFabric is generally available today in the following AWS Regions: US East (N. Virginia), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), and Europe (Ireland).
To learn more, see AWS AppFabric.