December 2, 2016

Industry Roundup : Week 4, November

Datadog announces support for AWS applications
The company announced the availability of the service at AWS re:Invent 2016

Monitoring service provider Datadog, announced support for AWS Application Load Balancer, as well as AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM).

Amit Agarwal, Chief Product Officer, Datadog said :

These customers are rapidly adopting new features and services as they become available from AWS, and our product roadmap ensures visibility as they deploy across new data center regions.

Datadog says that this step will allow enterprise customers to use Datadog alongside other AWS-related services under a unified contract and a single source of billing. Users of the marketplace are billed hourly, only paying for resources that are actually being used.

NodeSource launches N|Solid for AWS Marketplace
The launch expands the strength of Node.js as a platform for enterprise-grade applications

Enterprise Node Company, NodeSource, announced the release of “NodeSource N|Solid” on AWS Marketplace. The company says that the service will allow one-click deployment of the N|Solid Runtime and the N|Solid Console for Node.js applications on AWS.

Barry Russell, GM of Global Business Development, AWS said :

Our collaboration with NodeSource demonstrates our joint focus on offering the most secure, stable and frictionless tools to power your business.

NodeSource says that N|Solid on AWS expands the strength of Node.js as a platform for enterprise-grade applications for any kind of business.

Cloudability And Batch.ly partner for AWS
The companies claim to deliver effective cost savings for AWS customers

Cloud cost efficiency provider Cloudability, announced a partnership with cost optimization solutions provider  Batch.ly, for Amazon Web Services (AWS). The partnership enables AWS customers who utilize Cloudability platform to automate cost savings and compute optimization recommendations.

The companies say that the partnership will enable developers, DevOps engineers, and other AWS users to enhance the cloud development workflow by adding a second layer of value on top of Cloudability’s cost and usage recommendations. This layer will allow Cloudability customers to resolve and execute on specific cost and usage recommendations using the Batch.ly platform.

Mat Ellis, CEO of Cloudability said :

Our partnership with Batch.ly enables our AWS customer base to easily realize further savings beyond what could be achieved previously.

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