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Using AWS PrivateLink Integrations to Access SaaS Solutions from APN Partners

There are AWS PrivateLink-enabled SaaS offerings from APN Partners for everything from managed databases to analytics tools and fraud detection APIs. By integrating with AWS PrivateLink, these offerings make it easy to consume fully-managed services while still maintaining a private network configuration that used to require you to host applications yourself. To help you find SaaS products like these, we are excited to feature solutions from APN SaaS Partners who fully support AWS PrivateLink access to their applications.

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Building a Data Lake Foundation for Salesforce in AWS

Data is one of the most important assets FinancialForce customers have, and business applications in particular hold an enormous amount of vital data. Tapping into this can mean the difference between a well-run and world-class business. FinancialForce provides solutions on top of the Salesforce platform for core business functionalities, such as financial management and professional services automation. Learn how FinancialForce unlocks the potential of data by integrating between AWS and Salesforce.

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Watch Our APN Digital Summit Sessions on YouTube

We recently hosted our first-ever APN Digital Summit with 20 sessions covering seven different AWS service areas. The all-day virtual summit gave APN Partners the chance to dive deep in areas without having to leave their office. We also hosted a virtual GameDay for APN Partners to apply their knowledge of the services covered during the session tracks. On our new APN YouTube channel, you can watch some of our sessions from the APN Digital Summit.

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Reviewing DNS Mechanisms for Routing Traffic and Enabling Failover for AWS PrivateLink Deployments

Customers looking to consume AWS PrivateLink-enabled services from service providers need a mechanism to route traffic from their VPCs and on-premises networks to PrivateLink VPC endpoints. The service providers, in turn, want to make it easy to consume their PrivateLink-enabled services by managing such routing mechanisms. In this post, we describe four DNS mechanisms to route traffic from customer networks to the PrivateLink VPC endpoints.

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Connecting AWS and Salesforce Enables Enterprises to Do More with Customer Data

As organizations seek to innovate and build customer experiences faster by leveraging data about their customers, a closer integration of Salesforce and AWS opens up a lot of possibilities. In this post, we’ll explore some specific Salesforce integration scenarios that customers often ask about. The announcement from AWS and Salesforce about our extended strategic alliance and how we’re integrating our products underscores the opportunity to help enterprises get more out of their customer data.

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Enabling New SaaS Strategies with AWS PrivateLink

Networking is often viewed as a foundational element of a system’s architecture. The reality is there are plenty of scenarios where the networking footprint of a SaaS application can influence the functionality, extensibility, and management profile of your SaaS environment. While there are plenty of creative ways developers leverage AWS networking constructs to refine SaaS solutions, the introduction of AWS PrivateLink adds new opportunities in the SaaS networking landscape.

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