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Apprenda Launches Its Private Platform as a Service on Amazon Web Services

Chris Dutra

By Chris Dutra11.11.14

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If it wasn’t already clear when we made Apprenda available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace two weeks ago, we strongly believe in providing the most accessibility when it comes to using a private Platform as a Service. No matter your organization’s infrastructure – public, private or hybrid – we want to make our top-grade PaaS available to you.

Now we’re taking yet another step toward true customization with Apprenda running in Amazon Web Services. As of today, all organizations now have free access to Apprenda 5.5 on Amazon’s cloud through an Amazon Machine Image. Additionally, a direct link to Apprenda 5.5 will appear in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace in the next few weeks.

With a simple setup, developers can easily launch a free Apprenda 5.5 image and begin to rapidly build, deploy and manage a scalable private PaaS environment in AWS.

“Apprenda in AWS allows organizations interested in private PaaS to start using it today for free,” Apprenda CEO Sinclair Schuller said. “Private PaaS is the most promising way to enable hybrid cloud computing models. It gives hybrid the symmetry to host applications in two very different environments, which it was missing before.”

On top of Apprenda 5.5 running in AWS, we’re also happy to announce that we’ve integrated Apprenda with the following Amazon products:

  • Amazon Redshift
  • Amazon Glacier
  • Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR)
  • Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS)
  • Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)
  • Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)
  • Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS)

Our integrations with Amazon and AWS services are pieces of a much larger picture. We’re committed to a strong OneCloud ecosystem and will continue bolstering Apprenda’s already top-of-the-line PaaS with more features and accessibility than anyone else.

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Chris Dutra
Chris Dutra

Chris is Apprenda's Senior Integration Engineer. He's responsible for the design and development of third-party integration and extension components into Apprenda. He's also a self-proclaimed astronomy nerd and his favorite scientist is Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Follow him on Twitter at @chrisdutra.

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