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Tag: AWS Product Launch

AWS Service Broker: Bridging the Gulf Between On-Premises and AWS

The AWS Service Broker is a new open source project that allows APN Partners to integrate AWS services directly into their solutions. Customers can then deploy AWS services without leaving the application platform of choice. Built around the industry standard Open Service Broker API, the AWS Service Broker can be seamlessly integrated with any platform which has adopted the API specification. Currently, the AWS Service Broker supports 10 native AWS services with more to be added in the near future.

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Enabling Amazon Connect with Salesforce Service Cloud and Sales Cloud

Building on the strategic alliance between Amazon Web Services and Salesforce, we are excited to announce the first release of the Amazon Connect Computer Telephony Integration (CTI) Adapter for Salesforce. Amazon Connect is designed as a highly scalable, self-service, cloud-based contact center service that makes it easy for any business to deliver better customer service […]

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Announcing SaaS Contracts, a Feature to Simplify SaaS Procurement on AWS Marketplace

Since the inception of AWS Marketplace, we’ve prioritized customer and seller feedback as our starting point for driving Marketplace improvements. In response to customers and sellers pointing to software as a service (SaaS) as their preferred software delivery mechanism, we launched AWS Marketplace SaaS Subscriptions in November 2016. SaaS Subscriptions enables sellers to offer their […]

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Have You Read Our 2016 AWS Partner Solutions Architect Guest Posts?

In 2016, we hosted 38 guest posts from AWS Partner Solutions Architects (SAs), who work very closely with both Consulting and Technology Partners as they build solutions on AWS. As we kick off 2017, I want to take a look back at all of the fantastic content created by our SAs. A few key themes emerged […]

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Introducing AWS Managed Services

This is a guest post from Forest Johns, Principal Product Manager at AWS. Today we are launching an operations management service called AWS Managed Services, as announced in Jeff Barr’s AWS Blog. Designed and built based on requests and feedback from some of our largest Enterprises, AWS Managed Services (AWS MS) provides customers with an […]

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Software as a Service (SaaS) and API Vendors Can Offer Unified Billing on AWS with SaaS Subscriptions

Do you sell a software as a service (SaaS) or application programming interface (API) solution running on AWS? If so, you can now offer your solution directly to AWS customers with a new feature from AWS Marketplace, SaaS Subscriptions. SaaS is one of the fastest growing software delivery mechanisms. With SaaS Subscriptions, AWS Marketplace makes […]

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Making it Easier for You to Migrate Customers to AWS – re:Invent 2015 Migration Services Announcements

During his keynote at re:Invent 2015, Andy Jassy, SVP of AWS, discussed how important it is to have the freedom to easily get data into or out of the cloud, and the freedom from bad (database) relationships. Being able to simply and effectively migrate customers to AWS is one of the biggest priorities of our […]

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IoT Opportunities on AWS: Introducing the IoT Hardware Program and AWS IoT

The type of data we’re able to gather is changing, and the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) plays an enormous role in this transformation. IoT is bringing a world of connected devices and information online. From enterprises to startups, from consumer solutions to the most complex industrial scenarios, it is projected that some […]

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Introducing the Amazon RDS Migration Tool

UPDATE 05/04: With the general availability of AWS Database Migration Service, we recommend that you use this tool instead of the RDS Migration Tool. Learn more about AWS Database Migration Service here. You can use AWS Database Migration Service to migrate your data to and from most widely used commercial and open-source databases. The service supports […]

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Want to Learn More about Amazon Aurora? Join us at the SF AWS Pop-up Loft!

Last week, we announced that Amazon Aurora is now available to all customers. You can read more about the announcement and some of the new Aurora features on the main AWS blog. With the general availability of Aurora, you have a great opportunity to explore its performance and availability benefits, and how Aurora can support your customers’ […]

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