Salesforce, AWS Expand on Their Product Integrations
Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Salesforce have announced plans to further integrate their services in an effort to “simplify how customers can securely share and synchronize data” across their respective clouds.
The new integrations were announced earlier this week at the annual Salesforce Dreamforce conference. AWS and Salesforce, already collaborators, described this week’s news as “the next phase” of their existing partnership.
There are three prongs to this new phase. First, AWS will integrate its PrivateLink service with Salesforce APIs. Launched in late 2017, PrivateLink provides AWS customers with secure connections between their Virtual Private Clouds (VPCs) and other AWS services, VPCs and applications running on-premises. According to the announcement, the new integration between Salesforce and PrivateLink “will allow SaaS application developers who build on AWS to offer private endpoints as an additional option for accessing their service. This integration will provide endpoints for core Salesforce APIs within the developers’ Amazon VPCs and vice versa.”
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