An online store for Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing customers to find, compare and utilize AWS software and technical services. The AWS Marketplace was launched in 2012 to accommodate and foster the growth of AWS services from third-party providers that have built their own solutions on top of the Amazon Web Services platform.
Amazon's AWS Marketplace features a wide variety of both commercial and free software solutions and services, particularly software infrastructure tools such as databases and application servers, developer tools and business applications. AWS Marketplace commercial vendors include IBM, Microsoft, SAP, 10gen, CA, Couchbase, Canonical and more, and open-source offerings from the likes of Nginx, Drupal, Wordpress, Zend and MediaWiki are also available.
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