New entries in the AWS Marketplace this month include: HPE StormRunner Load Web site load testing software; "pay-as-you-go" data management solutions from Informatica; new licensing for OpenVPN; and more. Here's a summary of the new offerings:
"HPE StormRunner Load is a simple, smart, and scalable cloud-based performance testing solution designed for testing mobile and Web apps," Hewlett Packard Enterprise said. "It addresses the needs of agile development teams by simulating millions of users, world-wide geographical locations, multiple form factors and network conditions."
Pricing for the solution starts at 15 cents per virtual user hour, according to the AWS Marketplace listing.
Informatica announced "pay-as-you-go" hourly consumption offerings for its Informatica Cloud portfolio of products for Amazon Redshift, Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora and Amazon DynamoDB.
"Informatica developed these offerings to help organizations of all sizes quickly and cost-effectively jumpstart data management projects on AWS, enabling them to benefit from rapid innovation, agility and cloud economies," the company said. "Customers can now take advantage of Informatica's world-class technology for connecting and integrating data at scale, as well as the cost-effective, scalable and secure AWS Cloud, all within a pay-as-you-go model with no need for upfront commitments or capacity planning.
"The new offerings from Informatica in AWS Marketplace include a 15-day free trial. They provide a quick on-ramp for deploying and managing enterprise-class data management solutions spanning across AWS, SaaS (Software as a Service) applications and on-premises systems. Informatica solutions for AWS address customer needs ranging from SaaS application integration, to optimization of data warehouses, to big data analytics all the way through ensuring reliable data about customers, products, suppliers and locations.
OpenVPN Technologies Inc., which provides open source Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) VPN, launched a new product licensing model for its AWS Marketplace wares, which include OpenVPN Access Server offerings based on the number of connected devices, ranging from 10 to 100.
"OpenVPN Access Server is a full featured SSL VPN software solution that integrates OpenVPN server capabilities, enterprise management capabilities, simplified OpenVPN Connect UI, and OpenVPN Client software packages that accommodate Windows, MAC, and Linux, mobile OS (Android and iOS) environments," the marketplace listing says. "OpenVPN Access Server supports a wide range of configurations, including secure and granular remote access to internal network and/or private cloud network resources and applications with fine-grained access control."
Dataguise showcased the availability of its DgSecure security solution in the AWS Marketplace at a recent AWS Summit.
"Dataguise DgSecure 6.0 on AWS is a data-centric security platform that scans for sensitive information stored on Amazon S3 and identifies the location and status of this information throughout its lifecycle," the company said. "The solution features transparent, role-based sensitive asset provisioning on the Amazon EMR platform so that users have access to sensitive data hosted on Amazon S3 through DgSecure role-based access policies."
The product, which became available in the marketplace in June, comes with a five-day free trial, with regular pricing, varying with instance type and EC2 region, starting at $38 per hour.
"DgSecure by Dataguise delivers the most precise, data-centric security solution that detects, audits, protects, and monitors sensitive data in real time wherever it lives and moves across the enterprise and in the cloud," the marketplace listing says. "For Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers, it offers industry-first support for sensitive data stored in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and accessed via Amazon Elastic MapReduce (Amazon EMR) for all your data analytics, compliance, and information governance purposes. DgSecure also supports all major distributions including Hortonworks, Cloudera, and MapR as well as major relational databases including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, and PostgreSQL."