Modulus will be demonstrating updates to the platform at AWS re:Invent.
The Modulus team has made quite a few updates to the Modulus platform the past few weeks.
The premier application development platform for deploying and managing Node.js applications got enhanced features and functionality, and now helps customers respond to market trends even faster. And beginning today, we’re thrilled to announce that Modulus offerings are available on AWS Marketplace! We’re looking forward to extended our offerings as a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN) in the category of Standard Technology Partner.
So what does Modulus on AWS mean for you? Well, you can now enjoy:
You can start using Modulus Public Cloud and Modulus Enterprise offerings on AWS Marketplace now.
And, if you happen to be at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, Nevada November 11 – 14, 2014, you can come talk Modulus with us there as well! Stop by booth 250 to discover how the Modulus platform provides enterprise Node.js applications with high-performance, high-control development and deployment.
We’ll be celebrating our newly forged relationship at an exclusive afterhours party at the Bellagio on Wednesday night, that’s the November 12th, 2014, between 9pm and Midnight. Just stop by our booth during the event and pick up your personalized invitation kit; then, spend the night overlooking stunning views and sipping on custom cocktails. We can’t wait to see you there!
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