Amazon Web Service is now accessible in the AWS GovCloud Marketplace

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Amazon_Web_Service_is_now_accessible_in_the_AWS_GovCloud_Marketplace-300x145 Amazon Web Service is now accessible in the AWS GovCloud Marketplace
Amazon Web Service is now offering agencies to search and subscribe to software that supports regulated workloads through the AWS GovCloud. AWS GovCloud Marketplace is an isolated AWS region designed to host susceptible data and regulated workloads in the cloud and helping customers who have U.S. federal, local government, and state compliance needs. Public, government, education and other regulated customers may now buy only the software they want along with agile payment options.

In addition, customers will now deploy more than 589 products into the AWS GovCloud region. With the announcement of AWS Marketplace for AWS GovCloud, Independent Software Vendors or ISVs can create custom releases to government customers that require regulatory compliance. AWS Marketplace is projected to simplify the procurement and pricing of software along with a range of pricing models to provide agencies’ contract needs. Loads of products provide free testing to AWS GovCloud users to try before they buy. The AWS Marketplace supports fetch your own license; therefore, agencies will simply move and consolidate existing software licenses and applications.

In support of government agencies, integrators who deploy solutions into the AWS GovCloud, customers can browse and procure software in such a way that users be able to choose the AWS GovCloud to view an index of all products accessible in region and manually commence the selected AMI into the AWS GovCloud after the users’ AWS GovCloud account has been approved. Users are also capable to install directly from the AWS GovCloud EC2 console and pick the ‘AWS Marketplace’ tab, just as they would in the commercial AWS Marketplace.