EE10 Is Now Available via Subscription on AWS Marketplace to Help Facilitate the Integration Process, for Cloud, Hybrid, or Multi-Cloud Environments. Stone Bond Technologies, Also Added 3 New European AWS Offerings in Efforts to Be More GDPR Compliant and Provide More of a Localized Experience.
Stone Bond Technologies, a leader in business data integration/Data Virtualization, added 3 new European AWS offerings and updated all other offerings to the latest version of Enterprise Enabler (EE10). EE10 is now available via subscription on AWS Marketplace to help facilitate the integration process, for cloud, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments.
Along with updating the latest offering to align with the enterprise solution (EE10), Stone Bond Technologies (SBT) standardized the hourly software price to be the same no matter the EC2 instance type selected. It is making it a very flexible and scalable solution for small to medium businesses (SMB) as well as Enterprises across the globe. SBT offers a total of 6 bundles; 3 that are geographically specific to Europe and 3 that are specific for North & South America.
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- Bundle A (3 data sources)
- Bundle B (12 data sources)
- Bundle BYOL (Bring Your Own License)
These 3 different bundles are a great place to start for any SMB and for Enterprise companies that are looking to demonstrate value first. It gives flexibility to auto-scale as needed, and if, for some reason, neither Bundle A nor Bundle B is a good fit, there is always the BYOL (Bring Your Own License) bundle that is a custom option. All 6 AWS cloud offerings are based on actual usage, which could help keep the costs down since there’s the flexibility to decrease in infrastructure for virtual machines.
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Even though Stone Bond’s main offices are in the United States, they often work with European companies to solve their data integration and data virtualization needs. Therefore, they wanted to make sure the next set of AWS offerings had a specific extension for Europe; in efforts to be more GDPR compliant and provide more of a localized experience.
Our team has been working to ensure that EE10 will accommodate a broad range of configurations to align with customers’ needs. By hosting your EE installations on AWS, customers can monitor and change parameters as needed, only paying for what is used. They have the option to maintain or remove expensive hardware infrastructure by leveraging EE10 in the cloud. “– Pamela Szabó, CTO at Stone Bond Technologies.
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