Hazelcast Releases Cloud Enterprise on AWS

Hazelcast, a provider of an in-memory computing platform, is releasing Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise on Amazon Web Services (AWS), a low-latency deployment of Hazelcast software as a managed service.

"Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise enables organizations to easily scale resources and deliver the performance necessary to support microservices and mission-critical business applications, especially those focused on enhancing the customer experience," said Enes Akar, CTO for Hazelcast Cloud. "With the availability of Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise, we now offer simplicity, scalability and freedom for organizations to develop their applications in a manner that can be deployed where they best serve the end user, whether that is AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, IBM Cloud or on-premises."

Hazelcast maintains both the software and cloud infrastructure, enabling rapid uptime and freeing customers to focus on developing innovative, business-critical applications.

Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise runs the Hazelcast IMDG Enterprise HD edition, providing customers with advanced features that include high-density scale, over-the-wire encryption and replication/failover capabilities that safeguard against single-zone failures.

Hazelcast IMDG offers both intra-cluster and WAN replication to create redundancy and avoid single points of failure.

With WAN replication in the underlying software, Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise will soon enable businesses to replicate data across geographically dispersed locations, including multiple zones, multiple cloud vendors, and on-premises data centers.

With data security being a never-ending battle, Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise features built-in security to safeguard against potential breaches.

In addition to secure connectivity features in AWS, such as VPC Peering and PrivateLink, Hazelcast encrypts transmission between all nodes and connected clients to retain complete data privacy.

Hazelcast Cloud Enterprise is now available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and is SOC2 Type 1 compliant, with Type 2 expected by the end of the year.

The service is expected to be available on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Microsoft Azure later this year.

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