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Search Cloud One Standard Search-as-a-Service

Coming soon! You will be able to subscribe to Search Cloud One Standard Search-as-a-Service on AWS Marketplace.


What is AWS?

AWS is Amazon Web Services, a division of Amazon.com.

What is AWS Marketplace?

AWS Marketplace is an online store that makes it easy for customers to find, compare, and immediately start
using the software and services they need to build products and run their businesses.
Visitors to AWS Marketplace can use AWS Marketplace’s 1-Click deployment to quickly launch pre-configured
software or sign up for Software as a Service and pay only for what they use, by the hour or month. AWS handles billing and payments, and
software charges appear on customers’ AWS bill.

Why would a customer shop on AWS Marketplace?

Finding and deploying software can be challenging. AWS Marketplace features a wide selection of commercial
and free IT and business software, including software infrastructure such as databases and application servers,
developer tools, and business applications, from popular sellers. AWS Marketplace enables customers to
compare options, read reviews, and quickly find the software they want.

Once found, they can deploy that software to their own EC2 instance using 1-Click or using the AWS Marketplace Management Console.
Software prices are clearly posted on the website and customers can purchase most software immediately, with
payment instruments already on file with Amazon Web Services. Software charges appear on the same monthly
bill as AWS infrastructure charges.

AWS Marketplace and the AWS Marketplace logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc. or its affiliates.