Tag: AWS SaaS Competency
Hear from Ross Humphrey, Rebura’s Head of Software Development, about their journey to achieving the SaaS Competency by leveraging various programs such as SaaS Discovery and SaaS Competency On-Ramp. We’ll also review a SaaS on AWS customer story for sports technology company ai.io, dive deep on key lessons learned, and learn how other SIs can quickly build AWS SaaS capabilities to better serve customers.
Looking for qualified support for a parent is a hard task and often a leap in the dark. Parentsmile is a unique reservation platform that integrates healthcare, training, educational, and all-encompassing psychophysical well-being services. This post demonstrates how ZERO12 built Parentsmile’s SaaS platform; exploring the main infrastructure with Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), the continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) process, and the asynchronous workflow for payments and reminders.
While SaaS remains a huge growth driver and provides benefits to end customers and software providers, the transition to this model can be challenging as technology and operations take on new responsibilities in an “as-a-service” environment. To be successful, organizations need to rethink every dimension of how they build, sell, manage, support, and operate their solution. Learn how to accelerate your SaaS journey with help from AWS SaaS Competency Partners.
MariaDB offers a single unified analytical and transactional cloud database that can auto scale without the costly tradeoffs. SkySQL is a database as a service (DBaaS) solution on AWS that makes it easy for customers to start using MariaDB Enterprise in the cloud. It eliminates the need to pre-provision expensive hardware for testing, which often sits idle. In this post, the AWS SaaS Factory team speaks with Alexey Vorovich, VP of Engineering for SkySQL at MariaDB, about the recent SkySQL launch.
Maximizing performance is a key area of focus for all architects. Achieving optimal performance, however, can be challenging in SaaS environments where multi-tenant workloads can make it difficult to efficiently profile and scale your environment. This post dives deep into the challenges, opportunities, and best practices of efficiently managing performance in multi-tenant SaaS environments on AWS. We’ll review these topics through the lens of an example multi-tenant search application.
To help accelerate firms building SaaS solutions on AWS, the SaaS Factory team led an effort to build a new AWS Well-Architected SaaS Lens. With this release, AWS Partners have another tool to help customers with SaaS workloads on AWS. The SaaS Lens can be applied to existing workloads, or used for new workloads you define in the tool. There are no costs in using the Well-Architected Tool. Developers and architects can use it to improve their applications or get visibility into multiple workloads.
As the old saying goes, “You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” Customer trust is hard-earned and easily lost. Properly architecting a scalable and secure SaaS-based product is just as important as feature development and sales. No one wants to fail on Day 1— you worked too hard to get there. Get a comprehensive introduction to the common ways in which customers consume cloud-based SaaS models, and explore the different ways in which ISVs sell their software products to customers.
The AWS SaaS Competency helps customers find top APN Consulting Partners with deep specialization and experience in designing and building SaaS solutions on AWS. Our Competency Partners follow AWS best practices for designing and building SaaS solutions through their professional services practices. To qualify for the AWS Competency designation, organizations have undergone rigorous technical validation by AWS Partner Solutions Architects and demonstrated proven customer success.