Progress Announces Modulus for Amazon Web Services

Date 2014/11/6 10:04:09 | Topic: Product News

Progress has announced the availability of Modulus™, the premier platform for deploying and managing Node.js applications, on Amazon Web Services (AWS). The extension further builds Modulus’ offerings as a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN) in the category of Standard Technology Partner. Developers can take advantage of Modulus on AWS Marketplace immediately.
Charlie Key, co-founder of Modulus, said, “Extending our offerings on AWS to include the Modulus platform is a natural progression as more developers look to take advantage of the AWS Cloud. The Modulus platform is seeing incredible growth and we are excited about the possibilities the availability of the Modulus offerings on AWS holds for the developer community.”

Benefits for Customers:
* Secure multi-tenancy for hosting multiple projects in a dedicated environment
* Seamless management of hybrid environments between on-premise and the cloud
* Scalability and the option to pay for services as needed
* The ability to manage multiple projects and databases on AWS instances
* Platform readiness to meet compliance, regulation, and governance needs

The Modulus Public Cloud offering is available in three servo sizes - 396MB, 512MB, and 1024MB - to match project resource needs and to fill hosting needs cost-effectively. The multiple tiers of deployment support are also designed to scale the user’s environment to match business and app growth.

The Modulus Enterprise offering is designed to help organizations conquer major deployment challenges, including deploying across multiple servers, environments, and geographies, while meeting constantly evolving compliance standards such as PCI and HIPAA. The Modulus Enterprise offering also helps organizations deploy applications in hybrid infrastructure environments, as well as through a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) model behind their firewall. 

This article comes from Software Development Tools

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