SaaS providers often face a number of factors when they consider how their solutions will be deployed. Compliance, management, performance, and agility are all key elements you must consider as your SaaS solution grows and evolves. This includes considering how your solution might integrate with other third-party offerings. The goal here is to look at the various factors and strategies that could impact the footprint of your SaaS solution.
Enabling New SaaS Strategies with AWS PrivateLink
In this post, we will dig into the specifics of the AWS PrivateLink model and identify areas where PrivateLink has the potential to impact the architecture, integration model, and compliance footprint of your SaaS solution.
Architecting Multi-Region SaaS Solutions on AWS
Embracing the need for multi-region distribution, while remaining responsive to your market, is the focus of this blog post. This blog post explores the factors that are often behind a SaaS organization’s adoption of a multi-region strategy. With this motivation as a backdrop, we can dig into the architectural patterns and strategies that are commonly used when building, deploying, and managing multi-region SaaS environments.
Integrating SaaS Solutions with AWS PrivateLink
The goal of this webinar is to explore the technical footprint of AWS PrivateLink and connect this to the various patterns and strategies that are being used SaaS providers to simplify the integration story for their solution internally and externally. In this webinar we'll look at how these solutions are designed and delivered as part of SaaS solutions on AWS. We'll use this time to review the technical details of these patterns and outline how AWS PrivateLink can impact the performance and security footprint of your SaaS environment.
The consumption profile, cost dynamics, deployment model, agility, and isolation story of serverless computing has a direct alignment with the architectural strategies employed by SaaS environments. For this webinar, we'll explore the elements of this alignment and dig into how serverless computing can be realized in a SaaS solution. We'll also look at how Serverless influences the DevOps, operational, and agility profiles of your SaaS environment.