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Tag: SaaS on AWS

“Friends Don’t Let Friends Build Data Centers”

Reflections on the two-year anniversary of Infor going all-in with AWS Two short years ago at the AWS 2014 San Francisco Summit, Infor CEO Charles Phillips stated, “friends don’t let friends build data centers’’ and announced that Infor, a leading provider of industry-specific ERP solutions, was taking a cloud-first development approach and going “all-in” with […]

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Modeling SaaS Tenant Profiles on AWS

Most software companies understand the importance of being customer focused. The adoption of agile software development practices was heavily influenced by the needs of software organizations to connect to, and focus on, the continually evolving needs of their customers. Now, take this basic reality and imagine how it manifests itself in the world of SaaS […]

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Helping Customers Do More with Data – Introducing mLab, Formerly Known as MongoLab

Formed in 2011, MongoLab’s goal is to make software developers more productive. An Advanced APN Technology Partner and AWS SaaS Partner, MongoLab offers customers a fully managed cloud database service featuring automated provisioning and scaling of MongoDB databases, backup and recovery, 24/7 monitoring and alerting, web-based management tools, and expert support. Looking forward, the team […]

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Securely Accessing Customer AWS Accounts with Cross-Account IAM Roles

As a Partner Solutions Architect, I look at a lot of AWS Partner Network (APN) Partner software and services. I like trying new things and experiencing the exciting solutions that our APN Partners are building. Security is job zero at AWS, so when I work with our APN Partners, there’s one thing I look for […]

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Don’t Miss New and Updated Content on the APN Portal

We work across internal teams, including our AWS Professional Services team, APN Partner Programs teams, and the AWS Quick Start creation team, to create and publish a wide range of documents on the APN Portal. For example, AWS Quick Start guides are often published on the Portal prior to being generally available. And our AWS Professional Services […]

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Multi-Tenant Storage with Amazon DynamoDB

Tod Golding is an AWS Partner Solutions Architect (SA). He works closely with our SaaS Partner ecosystem.  If you’re designing a true multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solution, you’re likely to devote a significant amount of time to selecting a strategy for effectively partitioning your system’s tenant data. On Amazon Web Services (AWS), your […]

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Discover Exclusive New Content and Webcasts on the AWS Partner Portal

We like to think of the APN Portal as a central hub for APN Partners. Through the Portal, you have exclusive access to a wealth of resources: business and technical content, on-demand videos, AWS Training & Certification resources, marketing resources, the Customer Opportunity Submission tool, AWS Partner Program-specific resources, and more. Any member of your firm […]

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SaaS Solutions on AWS: A New Whitepaper for APN Partners

As building Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions on AWS increasingly becomes an area of focus for APN Partners like you, we want to ensure we’re providing you with both business and technical documents and resources to help you as you get started. To that end, I’m excited to announce that we’ve just released a new […]

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Building a Software/SaaS Business on AWS – the ISV Partner Playbook from Splunk

The following is a guest post from our friends at Splunk, an all-in AWS Technology Partner, and AWS SaaS Partner.  As AWS increasingly becomes the preferred deployment model for enterprise applications and services, it’s never been more important for a software or AWS SaaS provider to effectively work with AWS.  Splunk recognizes this, and has been […]

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Identity Federation and SSO for SaaS on AWS

Matt is a Senior Manager of Solutions Architecture for the AWS Partner Network (APN), and works closely with APN SaaS Partners.  If you are building a Software as a Service (SaaS) solution on AWS it is important to track who is using your application.  Most SaaS solutions also require an authentication layer and secured data that is linked […]

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