Amazon EventBridge Partners
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Amazon EventBridge ingests data from supported SaaS partners and routes it
to AWS service targets. With EventBridge, you can use data from your SaaS
apps to trigger workflows for customer support, business operations and more.
Learn more about the use cases enabled by supported SaaS partners below.
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EventBridge extends SaaS application data into AWS, unlocking new use cases for your customers. The process of becoming an EventBridge partner with integrated SaaS applications requires minimal development time. To get started, register with the AWS Partner Network (APN) if you’re not yet a member, and then contact the EventBridge integration team to access the partner API. For details and partnership terms, click here.
Amazon EventBridge Integrated SaaS App Partners
Datadog is the essential monitoring platform for cloud applications, bringing together data from servers, containers, databases, and third-party services to make your stack entirely observable. You can route Datadog application monitoring alerts into EventBridge to run analytics queries, auto-remediation pipelines and more.
OneLogin, the leader in Unified Access Management, connects people with technology through a simple and secure login, empowering organizations to access the world™. You can stream events data from OneLogin to EventBridge to trigger custom identity workflows, based on things like high-risk or suspicious login activities.
PagerDuty helps AWS users automatically turn any signal into the right insight and action, which proactively mitigates customer-impacting issues, and allows organizations to innovate and scale both their AWS and hybrid environments with confidence. With EventBridge, you can use PagerDuty event data, like security, compliance, or resource deployment to trigger event-driven workflows across the AWS ecosystem.
Saviynt enables enterprises to secure applications, data and infrastructure in a single platform for cloud and enterprise. You can send Saviynt events to EventBridge when employees join, leave or change roles in an organization to trigger employee lifecycle management workflows in AWS.
Segment provides the customer data infrastructure that businesses use to put their customers first. With Segment, companies can collect, unify, and connect their first-party data to over 250 marketing, analytics, and data warehousing tools. With Segment, you can send first-party customer data to EventBridge for processing with services like Amazon SQS.
SignalFx, the only real-time cloud monitoring platform for infrastructure, microservices, and applications, collects and analyzes metrics and traces across every component in your cloud environment. You can identify issues that affect application performance and send events to EventBridge to trigger remediation actions in real time.
SugarCRM enables businesses to create extraordinary customer relationships with the most empowering, adaptable and affordable customer relationship management (CRM) solution on the market. You can use changes in customer data within a CRM to send events to EventBridge and trigger a workflow for things like billing or resource provisioning.
Symantec Corporation, the world's leading cyber security company, helps organizations, governments and people secure their most important data wherever it lives. With Amazon EventBridge integration, Symantec Cloud Workload Protection (CWP) suite customers can now send security events from their own environments to Amazon EventBridge to drive comprehensive security analytics use cases.
Whispir is a cloud based platform that automates, personalises and layers communications using smart workflow technology. You can automate workflow communications with 3rd party applications by using EventBridge to incorporate 3P data directly into Whispir communications.
Each of the SaaS providers listed has built an integration with the Amazon EventBridge API in order to create event sources and publish events to customer accounts. AWS has evaluated each of these integrations and determined that the APIs are being used appropriately, event source names are constructed correctly, and that the end to end process of registering and receiving events generally works as expected. AWS’s validation of these integrations is limited to the SaaS provider’s use of the Amazon EventBridge APIs and does not cover the general security or reliability of the application itself. Integration with Amazon EventBridge does not represent an endorsement or recommendation of the SaaS product.