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Building and Growing SaaS on AWS for Partners

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Are you a Technology Partner that is looking to stay ahead to the curve?   Wondering how to massively expand your product reach and shorten sales cycles?   SaaS is quickly becoming a prevalent model for accelerating your sales efforts, enabling customer trials and delivering a highly available, scalable and dynamic solution to your customers.  This session will explore how AWS and the SaaS Partner Program can assist your business with building and growing your SaaS application on AWS and teach you some AWS best practices for building your SaaS on AWS.

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Building and Growing SaaS on AWS for Partners

  1. 1. ©2015, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its affiliates. All rights reserved Building and Growing SaaS on AWS for Partners Brian Matsubara, Head of Global Technology Alliances Matt Tavis, Principal Solutions Architect
  2. 2. AWS ISV landscape Operating Systems Networking Database Security Storage DevOps AppDev Mobile IoT FSI Media HealthCare LifeSciences Analytics BI Big Data ERP CRM BPM Content Management GIS SCM HRM Commerc e Digital Marketing Design Engineering AWS
  3. 3. Utility No long-term commitments. License is included in the metered AWS offering (i.e. hourly on Amazon EC2). AWS Marketplace License mobility a.k.a. Bring Your Own Licenses (BYOL). Customer acquires license from traditional channels for software running on AWS. SaaS License is managed at the application tier by the ISV. AWS provides the global infrastructure for a best-of-breed solution. Free trial Trial licenses to speed up the sales cycle and prove value of ISV solution. AWS Test Drive & Technology Partner GTM Activities. Software licensing models on AWS
  4. 4. The power of SaaS By 2017, about 26.2% of all new business software purchases will be of service- enabled software, and SaaS delivery will constitute about 18% of all software spending and nearly 20% of applications spending.” IDC "Worldwide SaaS and Cloud Software 2013–2017 Forecast and 2012 Vendor Shares" Doc #245084 Dec 2013 The world is moving to SaaS Why SaaS for ISVs? • Sell more • Sell faster • Improve customer experience • Reduce support and engineering
  5. 5. Why SaaS on AWS? SaaS characteristics:  Priced based on Value  Self-Service  Multi-tenant, Shared Infrastructure  Elastic Usage  Global Market AWS characteristics:  Pay For Use  Resources On-Demand  Highly Scalable and Durable Services  Auto-Scaled and Scriptable Resources  Global Reach
  6. 6. Many paths to SaaS Evolve Extend Innovate Innate
  7. 7. AWS SaaS partner program Benefits Stage APN tier SaaS community webinar series Specialized technical content Technical and business office hours Learn Build Access to product development funding SaaS-specific reference architectures AWS training and certification Grow Market development funding Access to sales alignment initiatives Investment in lead generation campaigns Registered Standard
  8. 8. SaaS Program Benefits Stage APN Tier Registered Standard Advanced APN Webcast for SaaS Partners Series LearnSpecialized Technical Content Technical and Business Office Hours AWS Training & Certification Build SaaS Specific Reference Architectures Access to Innovation Sandbox (Product Development Funding) * AWS Test Drive for SaaS Grow Lead Generation Campaigns * APN SaaS Logo Usage Access to Sales Alignment Initiatives * Case Studies * SaaS Customer Free Trials (Market Development Funding)* * Eligibility rules apply. Learn Build Grow
  9. 9. Building SaaS Architectures on AWS
  10. 10. Software delivery is evolving On-Prem Application Hosting AWS SaaS on AWS
  11. 11. Data Access Layer Delivery Authentication & Authorization MeteringMonitoring Ordering Provisioning Billing Analytics Resource Management SaaS Application(s) Business Services Core Platform Services Interaction Application AdditionalApplications Application Lifecycle Management
  12. 12. SaaS Best Practice • Separate the platform from the program – SaaS applications will evolve and change over time, but core services are reusable – Decoupled services can support a fleet of SaaS applications – Isolated services can be tuned and scale independently – Reusable core services combined with application frameworks can reduce application development time in the long run
  13. 13. SaaS on AWS: architectural approaches 1. Isolated customer stacks – Independent AWS resources per customer 2. Pure SaaS shared architecture – On-demand resource utilization with shared infrastructure, top to bottom 3. Containerization on shared platform – Provide “slices” of AWS with Amazon EC2 Container Service and Docker
  14. 14. SaaS on AWS: Isolated customer stacks Monitoring Analytics Ordering Billing Provisioning Metering Customer n Whole stack Auto Scaling CostCenter =CustomerN Tag CostCenter =CustomerN Auto Scaling CostCenter =CustomerN Tag Tag Auto Scaling CostCenter =Customer1 Tag CostCenter =Customer1 Auto Scaling CostCenter =Customer1 Tag Tag Customer 1 …. SaaS platform
  15. 15. SaaS on AWS: shared Feature usage Monitoring Analytics Ordering Billing Provisioning Metering SaaS platform Auto Scaling Auto Scaling Customer 1 Customer 2
  16. 16. SaaS on AWS: containerization Amazon EC2 Container Service Cluster Monitoring Analytics Ordering Billing Provisioning Metering SaaS platform Customer 1 Customer 2 Amazon EC2 Container Service
  17. 17. Best practices for SaaS solution design Optimize for cost and performance • Cost and performance are not at odds but are types of offerings • Horizontal scalability at every layer • Smaller, parallelizable resource units scale more efficiently • Leverage scalable services (e.g. Amazon DynamoDB) where possible ~ Spot
  18. 18. Best practices for SaaS solution design Design for multi-multi-tenancy • Many accounts  many users  many roles • Provide tiers for request prioritization • Monitor closely and distribute resources efficiently Know the lifecycle of your data • Data value and usage changes over time • Leverage efficient storage options over time ~ Spot
  19. 19. SaaS best practice Collect everything and learn from it • Closely monitor infrastructure and scale on software- level metrics • Collect your metrics reliably, store them durably • Know your customers • Learn and profit through analytics – Automatically adjust user experience and underlying infrastructure in real time – Evolve your business model through usage analysis – Monetize the data you collect
  20. 20. Call to Action – What Now? • Join the SaaS Partner Program • Watch the APN Webcast for SaaS Partners series • Join the bi-monthly Office Hours to connect with the SaaS Partner team live • Ask questions through the APN Portal
  21. 21. SAN FRANCISCO

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