AWS Marketplace is a digital catalogue with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that makes it simple to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services. Split Software, a leading provider of feature management and experimentation, today announced the availability of its feature data platform in this marketplace (AWS). With the addition of Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), the preferred object store used by millions of users, AWS customers can now access Split’s Feature Data Platform, making it simpler to combine feature flag data with customer data.
Split enables product development teams to focus on the features that address technical and business issues while reducing development time and release risk. Split’s Feature Data Platform can send and receive millions of events per minute via Amazon S3 after being set up on AWS. This improves customer data so that Split or other analytics tools may analyze it more thoroughly. Enterprises can transmit large volumes of data safely and reliably because backup copies kept in Amazon S3 ensure that data is never lost while being transferred and can be easily reconciled. In the end, Split enables users to compute important metrics, improve the dependability of each release, and drive unconventional experimentation.
“Split is thrilled to now offer our solution in AWS Marketplace, so customers can utilize our robust tools for modern application development and deliver features that matter for their business”, “Our Feature Data Platform and support of Amazon S3 allows enterprises to create out-of-the box experimentation and bring all their data and feature flags together, to see the impact of feature flag treatments against key business metrics. And now customers can more easily access our solution while applying the purchase to their spend commitment.”
Trevor Stuart, Co-founder and President, Split
“Split’s Amazon S3 integration has allowed us to bring feature context to downstream tools our team uses”, “We’re now able to provide all teams with feature context to achieve critical and timely insights.”
Bryan Henson, Product Designer, BorrowWorks
“Accelerating the pace of innovation on Amazon S3 and in AWS Marketplace is one of our key focus areas for customers”, “Split’s solution is part of our growing AWS Marketplace DevOps category as feature management and experimentation are critical to our customers who are modernizing their cloud-native software delivery.”
Mona Chadha, Director of Category Management, Amazon Web Services