Tag: SaaS Insights Hub
In this post, delve into the process of detecting tenant activities within microservices spanning multiple AWS accounts. We provide insights into instrumenting AWS Lambda functions to include tenant information in tracing using ADOT and demonstrated how to establish a service map across several AWS accounts using Amazon CloudWatch. By leveraging AWS observability technology, SaaS providers can enhance operational efficiency and redirect their attention towards their desired development goals.
AWS experts break down what SaaS providers should consider in designing and building their compliant solution. We’ll dive into how achieving compliance will be an ongoing process, but regular monitoring and reporting can help make adhering to these frameworks a standard part of business operations. Good security controls, data privacy, and data management should be foundational components of a SaaS application from the beginning.
Whether you’re taking the first steps toward planning your software-as-a-service (SaaS) journey, or about to launch your first product, the new Journey to SaaS guide is designed to help drive your efforts to build, migrate, secure, and optimize SaaS solutions on AWS. Use this roadmap to identify which stage you’re in and review the corresponding actions, motivations, questions, pain points, and AWS SaaS Factory resources.
One of the top challenges in operating a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution is measuring the resource consumption of individual tenants in order to understand their usage patterns, attribute costs, and more. The dynamic nature of SaaS environment and shifting needs makes it even more challenging. Explore how you can use the tenant resource consumption data you gathered to optimize your SaaS architecture, to improve operational footprint of SaaS environment and to drive business decisions.
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.
Exasol provides a high performance in-memory analytics database to give organizations the power to transform how they work with data. Working with AWS SaaS Factory, Exasol launched their analytics database through a SaaS model and navigated technical and business decisions for launch and beyond. In this Q&A, Peter Jackson, Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Exasol, shares insights on their journey and advice for organizations who are in the process of building SaaS on AWS.
SaaS transformations are full of unknowns for those who navigate these issues for the first time. The AWS SaaS Factory team has observed many organizations transforming to a SaaS delivery model, and we have witnessed many that succeeded and some who haven’t. Explore five common challenges faced in the Business Planning phase of the SaaS Journey Framework, and dive deep on SaaS transformation pitfalls that are hindering companies’ success.
Capturing, managing, and analyzing costs is an essential part of any SaaS business. Without a firm grasp on the cost profile of your SaaS environment, it will be difficult to assess the tiering and pricing models of your solution. Learn how the Cost Optimization pillar of the AWS Well-Architected SaaS Lens identifies specific best practices that can help you improve the cost profile of a SaaS application. These play a key role in shaping the operational and scaling experience of your SaaS environment.
We hope you enjoyed all of the educational content and big announcements at AWS re:Invent 2020! If you missed anything or just want to recap, we have rounded up the most relevant launches, program updates, and educational content available for AWS Partners. This post showcases the new programs that AWS Partners can take advantage of today, including AWS ISV Accelerate, SaaS Boost, and several new AWS Competency designations.
Managing backups, archiving, and disaster recovery traditionally required piecing together multiple software solutions across physical locations and network topologies. Trying to balance these disparate systems can result in expensive solutions, operational inefficiencies, and fragmented data. Learn how Cohesity worked with the AWS SaaS Factory team to released Data Management as a Service (DMaaS) as a solution on AWS that will radically simplify data management.