Tag: SaaS on AWS
Liveline Technologies: Artificial Intelligence Innovation in Manufacturing with AWS SaaS Factory Support
Delve into Liveline Technologies and its provision of factory-scale automation for manufacturers. Liveline Technologies swiftly generate AI-based controllers, adjusting equipment parameters in real-time across entire production lines. Learn how it leveraged support from the AWS SaaS Factory team to develop solutions that yield tangible benefits for customers, reducing scrap, waste, and energy usage while enhancing product quality, minimizing unplanned downtime, and boosting productivity.
AWS and the AWS Partner Network (APN) have made strategic investments to empower software providers to create distinctive SaaS solutions. Explore how they cultivate a potent growth strategy through tailored GTM initiatives and facilitate the transition of on-premises customers to modern SaaS offerings. Migrations can be daunting, so we’ll examine success stories of other companies and strategies they’ve employed to face these challenges and thrive in the SaaS landscape.
Security leaders face the dual challenge of cost reduction and resource optimization, while mitigating security threats throughout their organization. A SaaS Ecosystem Security (SES) allows you to centralize data across multiple applications to provide end-to-end visibility into your exposure. Learn how DoControl can help provide visibility, monitoring, and automated remediation to risks that can often be overlooked. DoControl enables customers to accelerate SaaS security risk controls with its SaaS Ecosystem Security.
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.
Delve into the BeyondTrust Identity Security Insights solution and its capacity to provide organizations with a comprehensive understanding of all identities, privileges, and access, thereby illuminating their direct influence on security posture. As we navigate through an era where cloud solutions are an indispensable component of business strategies and automation is deeply integrated into daily operations, the focal point has undeniably shifted towards identity security
SaaS is about achieving innovation and growth through efficient operations. SaaS application should be managed, operated, and scaled through a single management experience that increase this operational efficiency. In this post, we explore three distinct SaaS Anywhere patterns that we’ve identified and delve into the essential business drivers and associated considerations for each pattern. We’ll examine the challenges one should keep in mind when handling and overseeing a solution using the SaaS Anywhere deployment model.
Leveraging the AWs serverless quick start solution which details core integration requirements of AWS Marketplace, this post builds on that foundation and offers techniques for providing end-to-end AWS Marketplace-to-SaaS application integration, using the quick start as a starting point. Specifically, we’ll look at ways you can use AWS Marketplace to onboard new tenants into your SaaS application. We’ll also cover a few of strategies for leveraging the billing capabilities of AWS Marketplace to charge for usage.
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 how you can build a multi-tenant data ingestion and processing engine using AWS services. We examine each component of this data pipeline and examine some of the key considerations that can influence how you approach designing a SaaS multi-tenant data ingestion process. We also explore how multi-tenant streaming data can be ingested, transformed, and stored using AWS services while ensuring there are constructs built in to the pipeline to ensure secure processing of the data.
Explore how you can develop a cost-aware culture incorporating cost consideration in product development, and make informed decisions that align with both product goals and cost optimization objectives. As a SaaS leader, you can gain sustainable growth, maximize resource efficiency, and drive long-term financial success by developing a cost-aware culture. Start rethinking how you manage your cost and collaborate with AWS and the AWS Partner community to grow your SaaS business.