Instana Enterprise Observability for Microservices Now Available on AWS Marketplace
December 01, 2020
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Instana announced the immediate availability of the Instana Enterprise Observability for Microservices through AWS Marketplace, allowing AWS users to purchase and enable Instana to monitor their AWS applications with just a few clicks.

AWS Marketplace allows customers to find, buy and immediately start using software needed to operate their applications.

“The AWS Marketplace continues to offer customers the best possible selection of software products to enable better cloud delivery of applications and services,” said Justin Forth, Senior Business Development Manager, AWS Marketplace. “Our customers want solutions like Instana that are built on AWS and help other companies build powerful applications on AWS cloud, and their Enterprise Observability Platform the AWS Marketplace makes it even easier for customers to procure and deploy Instana for their application performance management needs.”

Instana’s AWS SaaS Contacts marketplace offering is an Enterprise Observability Platform, extending the company’s automated Application Performance Management solution. Instana discovers, maps and monitors services and infrastructure in real-time, ingesting observability metrics, traces and events automatically.

Instana’s Enterprise Observability Platform, powered by automated Application Performance Monitoring, discovers and maps all services, infrastructure and their inter-dependencies automatically. Instana ingests all observability metrics, traces each request, profiles every process and updates application dependency maps in real time to deliver the context and actionable feedback needed by Dev+Ops to optimize application performance, enable innovation, mitigate risk, and add value & efficiency to the pipeline.

“As more customers build cloud-native applications using AWS technologies such as Kinesis, Fargate and Lambda, they need an observability solution that has the flexibility to deliver visibility into every service and request,” said Lars Kamp, VP of Platform Sales at Instana. “Instana’s SaaS contracts offering on the AWS marketplace delivers automated comprehensive observability with just a few clicks, helping organizations deliver better software, faster.”

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