AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace at re:Invent, week of December 1

Here are AWS Marketplace sessions you can register for and view at re:Invent this week. Each session is held three times, in Pacific Standard Time (PST), Singapore Standard Time (SST), and London Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) time zones. Be sure to check the linked catalog listing, as dates and times may change.

MKT207: Find, buy, and manage software on your terms

Do you struggle to innovate quickly due to your organization’s long software procurement cycles? In this session, you learn how self-service access to thousands of third-party software offerings in AWS Marketplace can help you find, buy, and deploy the tools you need to innovate. You also hear how BankUnited simplified and modernized existing procurement processes. The session demonstrates how you can use standardized license terms to streamline negotiations and how private offers can help you get the best pricing on your third-party software solutions, all simplified onto your AWS bill.

MKT202: Ignite migration and modernization with DevSecOps

Companies employ DevOps practices to expedite production of new application features and accelerate migration to AWS through better collaboration and automated testing. The challenge for many organizations is getting application features delivered at a fast pace while embedding needed security at the speed of DevOps. In this session, learn how AWS users, together with third-party solutions from AWS Marketplace, easily turn the idea of DevSecOps into well-orchestrated operating models. Hear how Silicon Valley Bank used third-party software to improve performance, availability, and security while migrating and modernizing their applications.

MKT302: Clarity and control: Managing your third-party software spend

Organizations want to have comprehensive visibility into their software spend and usage, but need tools that enable them to identify, track, and control their software budgets in the cloud. In this session, see how to analyze third-party software spend and usage from AWS Marketplace in Cost Explorer and cost and usage reports. This session also covers how to use cost tagging capabilities to allocate spend and provide greater cost management visibility into your third-party software costs on AWS. Learn how to create budgets against your third-party software spend in AWS Marketplace.

KEY002: AWS Partner Keynote, featuring Doug Yeum, Sandy Carter, and Dave McCann

Don’t miss the live AWS Partner Keynote with Doug Yeum, head of Worldwide Channels and Alliances; Sandy Carter, vice president, Global Public Sector Partners and Programs; and Dave McCann, vice president, AWS Migration, Marketplace, and Control Services, to learn how AWS is helping partners modernize their businesses to help their customers transform.

ENT292-L: Transformation, migration, and governance: lessons learned

AWS helps thousands of organizations in the process of transforming, migrating, and governing their enterprise application portfolios. Join AWS VP David McCann to hear about how these organizations approach the challenges and opportunities of topics such as application modernization, mainframe migration, hybrid environments, and automating resource and application governance. Their real-world experiences and insights can help you execute your cloud transformation with confidence.

MKT204: Who gets what? Manage software licenses across AWS accounts

Organizations often run third-party software alongside AWS services and may struggle with the manual, time-consuming process of managing licenses for users and workloads on AWS. Procurement and asset management teams want to track and manage third-party software licenses centrally to control costs, enhance visibility of their software portfolio, and maintain compliance with license terms. In this session, learn about techniques and tools to manage your organization’s software licenses across hundreds of AWS accounts.

To find out more, visit the re:Invent virtual event page. If you miss these sessions, they will be available on demand after December 4.