AppDynamics Announces New European Software-as-a-Service Offering
June 06, 2018
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AppDynamics, a Cisco company, announced its new European Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering, built on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) EU (Frankfurt) Region. Now, European enterprises can accelerate their digital transformations with AppDynamics and AWS with full confidence and control of their monitoring data.

"With AppDynamics' new European SaaS offering, customers can have the best of both worlds - access to world-class SaaS-based monitoring with the peace of mind that all monitoring data is stored locally in Europe,” said Firaas Rashid, EMEA CTO, AppDynamics.

AppDynamics recognizes that data sovereignty concerns put new pressure on European enterprises and may decelerate their efforts to digitally transform. In response, AppDynamics is now offering European SaaS, which is available today on AWS. With European SaaS, companies can now accelerate their digital transformations with AppDynamics’ application and business performance monitoring solution with the scale and resiliency of AWS.

With European SaaS, enterprises can use AppDynamics to monitor their applications on-premises or in the cloud while achieving greater control around:

- Data Residency — Enables enterprise businesses to comply with country-specific jurisdictional and regulatory control guidelines relating to the location of stored data. AppDynamics’ European SaaS provides data residency on the AWS EU (Frankfurt) Region, with backups on the AWS EU (Ireland) Region, meaning all data at rest remains in Europe.

- Scale — AppDynamics’ unified suite of solutions delivered with the scalability of AWS provides high-speed access to data.

- Access to Innovation — Leverage the latest innovation from AppDynamics, including AppDynamics for Kubernetes and the Next Generation Business iQ, through automated and seamless upgrades.

- Data Privacy and Security — The European SaaS offering augments and reinforces AppDynamics’ commitment to building security and privacy by design in our product development cycle. With this new European SaaS offering, AppDynamics is extending the scope of its current SOC 2 certification in place for the existing SaaS business. Some of the built-in features customers can rely on are access controls, data encryption at rest and in-transit, and service isolation which draw from AWS’ already extensive security capabilities.

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