SparkPost Now Available on AWS Marketplace
Offers Customers Simplified Integration With High-Performance Email Services Used By Leading Internet, SaaS, And Social Apps
SparkPost, a cloud email delivery service preferred by leading internet and technology companies, today announced that it is now available on AWS Marketplace, enabling customers to quickly and easily integrate SparkPost into Amazon Web Services (AWS)-based applications.
SparkPost’s AWS Marketplace listing offers customers simplified sign-up, with the subscription integrated into the AWS bill. Starting December 2017, customers will also be able to subscribe to SparkPost’s premium support services through the Marketplace, enabling access to dedicated Technical Account Managers and highly experienced email deliverability experts.
“Building SparkPost on AWS has allowed us to scale rapidly to meet our customers’ email delivery needs,” said Phillip Merrick, CEO at SparkPost. “We’re excited that AWS Marketplace has made it just as easy for customers to integrate SparkPost into their products.”
SparkPost’s email API technology is used by customers, both big and small, to deliver application emails on-time and to the inbox, ensuring their users are engaged and retained. The company’s customers send over 3 trillion messages a year, selecting SparkPost for its market-leading email deliverability, reliability, and price performance.
As the only cloud-native email delivery service built on AWS, SparkPost can deliver peak email volumes far higher than is possible using traditional data centers, elastically scaling to meet demand without lengthy email queues. SparkPost’s focus on enterprise-grade security—which includes company-wide SOC 2 Type 1 attestation—complements the robust security posture adopted by AWS.
SparkPost will be a Gold Sponsor at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas November 27th through December 1st.
SparkPost’s email infrastructure platform delivers application emails on-time and to the inbox, ensuring users are engaged and retained. The platform is trusted by LinkedIn, Comcast, Pinterest, The New York Times, Twitter, MailChimp, Zillow, and thousands of other companies, both big and small, to deliver over 3 trillion messages a year. That’s more than 25 percent of the world’s non-spam email.
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