Following rapid growth, Plutora Migrates Entire Platform to AWS to provide enhanced efficiency, speed, and quality for globally dispersed enterprise customers.
Plutora says that its accelerated growth rate has spurred the migration of its entire Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based platform to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. This move, which makes Plutora an “all-in” AWS customer, opens a new chapter for the Continuous Delivery Management Platform by enabling enhanced capabilities that help deliver more predictable, high-quality software with greater efficiency and higher velocity. The move also allows Plutora to more comprehensively accommodate globally dispersed customers, large scale growth, and future innovation, including using AWS big data analysis services, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML) to provide next generation services to its customers.
Plutora provides visibility and control to companies by bringing together reliable, high-quality, automated enterprise software delivery in one SaaS-based solution. The benefits of using the Plutora platform have already been harnessed by some of the world’s largest and most complex IT organizations including Barclays, Verizon, and Merck. As its enterprise customers continue to grow in number and size, they gain more value from Plutora and its capabilities become engrained in their success. The move to AWS helps Plutora to meet the demands of its growing customer portfolio, and to scale its cloud-based SaaS services to meet further anticipated expansion.
“Our customers work on tighter development and release cycles than ever before and the performance of tools managing these processes needs to meet their high standards. Performance is how our customers evaluate us, and when we determined that a move to the AWS Cloud could enhance that, it was easy to make the decision to migrate our infrastructure,” said Sean Hamawi, CTO and co-founder of Plutora. “We need to provide our customers with the ability to deliver the highest quality software releases available alongside the flexibility to scale for their future needs. After preliminary testing, it was clear that with the additional tooling AWS provides, we will now be able to accommodate these needs by going all-in on AWS. It also has us thinking about how to use AI, machine learning, and big data to provide next gen services to our customers. I am excited to continue exploring these possibilities as we grow with our customers.”
“The Continuous Delivery Management Platform is making it possible for any organization to be a software delivery organization, and we are excited they have chosen to go all-in on AWS, to allow them greater ability to focus on innovation, including to some of the world’s largest enterprise customers”, said Karl Durrance, Head of the AWS Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Business Unit in Australia and New Zealand. “This important step will enhance Plutora’s global customers to help them achieve the highest level of flexibility and management control over their IT resources.”
The ability for AWS to help Plutora go-to-market with the AWS Partner Network was another key factor in the decision for Plutora to go all-in on AWS.
The intuitive Continuous Delivery Management Platform integrates with existing toolchains to transcend discreet components of the software delivery cycle. This single system enhances collaboration between both development and operations teams, and IT teams and the wider business. The enhanced SaaS solution coordinates geographically dispersed teams without disrupting existing IT infrastructure and brings together fragmented processes and people into a single source of truth.