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Introducing the AWS Graviton Ready Program for Graviton-Enabled Software Products
By Zi Shen Lim, Amazon EC2 Graviton Specialist – AWS
By Chris Dally, AWS Partner Development Manager – AWS
By Joanne Moore, Sr. Launch Product Manager – AWS
AWS Graviton processors are custom-built to enable the best price performance for workloads in Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). AWS Graviton-based instances are available globally across 23 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Regions.
Thousands of customers—from startups to large enterprises such as Intuit, Snap, EPIC Games, and Lyft—are realizing significant price performance using AWS Graviton-based instances in Amazon EC2. This includes a variety of workloads such as application servers, microservices, high-performance computing, CPU-based machine learning inference, video encoding, electronic design automation, gaming, open-source databases, and in-memory caches.
As customers adopt AWS Graviton-based EC2 instances, they need the right software solutions to help integrate, deploy, monitor, and secure their Linux-based and containerized workloads.
We are excited to announce the new AWS Graviton Ready Program, part of the AWS Service Ready Program which validates software products built by AWS Partners that integrate with specific services such as AWS Graviton.
AWS Graviton Ready Partners offer AWS customers Graviton-enabled software offerings, including operating systems and platform services, security, monitoring and observability, CI/CD, data and analytics, and cloud devices. AWS Graviton Ready Partners validate, optimize, and support their solutions on AWS Graviton-based instances.
Launch Partner Showcase
AWS Graviton Ready software solutions are vetted by AWS Partner Solutions Architects to ensure customers have a consistent experience using the software on AWS Graviton-based instances just as they do on other instances. This parity makes it easy for customers to discover software solutions that integrate with AWS Graviton so they can run their workloads in Amazon EC2 with optimal price performance.
We invite you to explore the following AWS Graviton Ready Partner software offerings recommended by AWS!
Aqua Security | Aqua Cloud Native Application Protection Platform
Aqua Security helps enable adoption of AWS Graviton-powered services by addressing security risks and compliance obstacles with purpose-built workload monitoring, network segmentation, and protection capabilities.
Aviatrix | Aviatrix CoPilot
Aviatrix enables enterprises to realize the benefits of agility, scale, and mobility when deploying applications in the public or hybrid cloud. CoPilot is a deep traffic visibility, monitoring, and network security capability add-on to the Aviatrix Cloud Networking Platform.
Buildkite is a platform for running fast, secure, and scalable continuous integration pipelines on your own infrastructure. Its Elastic CI Stack lets you orchestrate thousands of auto-scaling agents that can parallelize large test suites, build containers, and manage deployments across any OS.
Canonical | Anbox Cloud Appliance
The Anbox Cloud Appliance brings Canonical Anbox Cloud to AWS. The platform is intended for prototyping of Android in the cloud solutions on AWS. Anbox Cloud for AWS offers a development playground for innovation labs or startups, empowering innovators to realize mobile cloud computing ideas.
Canonical | Ubuntu Pro
Ubuntu Pro is production optimized. It includes security patching for open source workloads, certified components for running FedRAMP, HIPAA, and ISO compliant, live kernel patching, and a commitment from Canonical for 10 years of maintenance.
CircleCI offers a fully cloud-based Arm compute for CI/CD, allowing customers to build and test their applications for Arm without managing their own machines. Users who want to deploy CircleCI jobs on their own infrastructure can do so with self-hosted runners based on AWS Graviton2.
Cribl | Cribl LogStream
Cribl LogStream is a purpose-built solution for logs, metrics, and traces that allows data collection from any source to any destination while being able to route, reduce, shape, and enrich the data in flight.
Datadog | Datadog Monitoring
Datadog is a monitoring and security platform for cloud applications. If you’re thinking about shifting existing workloads to Graviton2-powered instances, Datadog can help you monitor your migration and gain insight into your entire AWS infrastructure.
Docker and AWS provide enterprises the ability to deliver a highly reliable and cost efficient way to deploy, scale, and manage business-critical applications with containerization and cloud.
Dynatrace AI automatically learns how your application performs, visualizes all relevant data in real-time, and understands the dependencies of your environment. Get full operational insights into your stack end-to-end.
Elastic | Elastic Cloud
Elastic Cloud on AWS is an Elasticsearch managed service and is billed through your AWS account. Elastic Cloud on AWS gives you the ability to run pre-built solutions for enterprise search, observability (logging, APM, metrics), and security.
Genymobile | Genymotion Cloud
Genymotion is an Android emulator on Amazon EC2. With AWS APIs, you can build or extend your own solution on top of Genymotion and integrate it into your website or product.
GitLab | GitLab DevOps Platform
The ability to run the GitLab DevOps platform on AWS Graviton2 allows customers to maximize the value afforded by these instances. Having runners specifically for Graviton2 allows you build, test, and deploy to these instances alongside all other types of AWS compute you use today.
Granulate | Granulate for AWS
Granulate employs real-time continuous performance optimization to allow organizations to handle compute workloads with 60% fewer servers while improving performance by 40% with no code changes required.
Honeycomb | Honeycomb Enterprise
Honeycomb makes it easy for your team to instrument their own code and then query, trace, graph, and alert on everything from system-wide events down to individual request traces in real-time.
InterSystems | InterSystems IRIS Data Platform
InterSystems IRIS is a cloud-based, full featured data platform providing SQL and NoSQL database management, data and application integration, and structured and unstructured data analytics capabilities in a single, easy-to-use product that supports Intel and AWS Graviton instances.
InterSystems | InterSystems IRIS for Health Data Platform
InterSystems IRIS for Health provides all of the capabilities for building complex, mission-critical, data-intensive healthcare applications. It’s a comprehensive platform spanning data management, interoperability, transaction processing, and analytics that supports Intel and AWS Graviton instances.
Lacework | Lacework Cloud Security Platform
Lacework simplifies security by learning your business for you. It brings automation and machine learning to cloud security, allowing you to move beyond the traditional rules-based responses that lack contextual insight, require constant updating, and leave you vulnerable to compromise. This self-adapting technology uses behavioral and raw infrastructure metadata to develop behavioral models at scale, updating as workload behavior changes.
New Relic | New Relic One
New Relic One delivers the end-to-end observability that is critical to your success on the cloud. If you’re interested in Graviton2-powered instances, New Relic has you covered. New Relic’s 100% SaaS-based observability platform utilizes a single data platform for all metrics, events, logs, and traces, and delivers the ability to visualize, analyze, and troubleshoot your entire AWS environment. In addition, you only pay for what you use with simple consumption pricing plans. A free tier is offered to help you get started.
Qualys | Qualys Cloud Agent
Qualys Cloud Agent enables instant, global visibility of IT assets—even occasionally connected mobile and virtual devices—with up-to‐date asset configuration data for security and compliance.
Red Hat | Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Red Hat Enterprise Linux delivers high security, 99.999% uptime, support for business-critical workloads, and more. The platform helps you reallocate resources from maintaining the status quo to tackling new challenges.
Starburst | Starburst Enterprise
Starburst Enterprise is a fast and scalable SQL engine. Architected for separation of storage and compute, Starburst Enterprise is cloud-native and can query data in Amazon S3, Hadoop, SQL and NoSQL databases, and other data sources. This offering is maintained by Starburst Data, leading contributors to Trino, formerly Presto SQL.
SUSE | SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on Amazon EC2 is a proven platform for development, test, and production workloads. This offering comes with automatic maintenance connected to SUSE’s Public Cloud Update Infrastructure that keeps the operating system up-to-date with SUSE’s most current security patches.
Tenable | Tenable.io
Tenable.io provides the actionable and accurate data you need to identify, investigate, and prioritize the remediation of vulnerabilities and misconfigurations in your modern IT environment.
Trend Micro | Trend Micro Cloud One
Automatically secure your workloads without compromising performance or security with Trend Micro Cloud One, a cloud security services platform. Backed by over 30 years of security expertise and hundreds of threat researchers, Trend Micro protects customers faster.
Customers: Migrating to AWS Graviton-based EC2 Instances
AWS Graviton Ready Partners make adopting Graviton-based instances easy, providing you with a broad selection of software products that support AWS Graviton. We invite you to accelerate your migration to Graviton-based EC2 instances with AWS Graviton Ready Partners.
Partners: How to Join the AWS Graviton Ready Program
Review the AWS Graviton Ready Validation Checklist to determine whether this designation fits your company’s software offering and technical strengths.
AWS Partners looking to get their AWS Graviton software offering validated through the AWS Service Ready Program must be members of AWS Partner Path and pass their Foundational Technical Review (FTR) prior to applying.
To apply, please review the Program Guide and access the application in AWS Partner Central (login required).