InterSystems’ Data Mgmt Platform Now Available on AWS Marketplace

InterSystems’ Data Mgmt Platform Now Available on AWS Marketplace

InterSystems is now offering its multi-purpose data platform on the Amazon Web Services Marketplace, providing purchasers with deployment options to address varying business requirements.

Engineers and developers may now access the IRIS Data Platform and its health care-tailored variant at the cloud-based marketplace, InterSystems said Tuesday.

The IRIS platform offers tools to facilitate data management, analytics, transaction processing and interoperability for rapid application deployment.

Intersystems will also support AWS seller private offers to accommodate deals with enterprise customers.

Matthew Garvey, vice president of Emerging Markets at B3 Group, said that IRIS’ availability on AWS Marketplace expedites procurement processes and offers new options. B3 Group helps federal agencies procure needed technologies, including IRIS.

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