Streamlining Third-party add-on management in Amazon EKS cluster using Terraform and Amazon EKS add-on catalog
In this blog post, you can learn how to use Terraform, a popular infrastructure as code (IaC) tool, for creating and managing the lifecycle of add-ons in an EKS cluster. In this post, I will show you how to find, install, and delete Amazon EKS third-party add-ons using Terraform.
In this blog post, we show how to customize your landing page for the serverless SaaS integration by adding additional fields to the landing page. You can also create input validations for the new variables added.
In this post, Keegan and I will show how sellers are informed of security issues found on your products, methods of keeping your products up to date, and best practices when it comes to maintaining and improving the security of your catalog in AWS Marketplace.
AWS Marketplace now enables sellers, Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), and Consulting Partners (CPs) to self-service updates to your container-based product listings. With this new feature, you will be Consistent Authorization Experience (CAE) compliant. In this post, I show how to use the self-service feature to update the different features of your container-based product listings.
AWS Marketplace now enables sellers, independent software vendors (ISVs), and consulting partners (CPs) an opportunity to use a self-service experience to update your software as a service (SaaS) based products. In this post, I show how to use the self-service feature to update the different features of SaaS-based products in AWS Marketplace.
Listing your software, services, or data products in AWS Marketplace can help you reach cloud-ready AWS customers. In this blog post, I offer best practices on how to package and price your solution in AWS Marketplace so you can get begin reaching AWS customers. I make suggestions depending on the type of solution you offer, how you sell your solution, and how you price your solution today.
In 2022, AWS Marketplace launched several features to support channel sellers’ business. In this post, I provide summaries and links for key seller features AWS Marketplace made available in 2022, in case you missed them.
In this post, Ryan and I will show you how to use the new private offers page on the AWS Marketplace console to better manage your private offers throughout their lifecycle. To use this feature, sign into your AWS account and use this link to access the private offers page. If you lack the required permissions to view this page and need access, contact your AWS account administrator. For more information, refer to the AWS Marketplace Buyer Guide.
AWS Marketplace offers several programs to Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and Channel Partners to help scale your business through AWS Marketplace. Now, ISVs and Channel Partners can onboard more quickly by taking the new Introduction to AWS Marketplace channel programs course and other role-specific courses. These seven 30-minutes courses are designed to accelerate training of sales, operations, marketing, and alliances teams to AWS Marketplace channel programs and features.
In this blog post, Jesus and I will show you how to create a free trial offer for your SaaS usage-based pricing product in AWS Marketplace. For SaaS contract products, visit the How to create a free trial offer for SaaS contract products in AWS Marketplace blog post.