The SparkPost email service has just been made available on the AWS Marketplace, with this new arrangement bringing enterprise email workloads to the Amazon cloud platform.
Some 3 trillion emails a year are delivered by the service.
And now, marketers can integrate SparkPost into AWS based applications, as well as find their SparkPost subscription integrated into their Amazon Web Services bill. Access to users, including technical account managers and email deliverability experts is also provided by the company.
Starting December, clients will also be able to subscribe to the premium SparkPost services through the AWS Marketplace.
In addition to this, developers can use SparkPost to implement email notifications, app-onboarding, welcomes, user invites, prompts, account management and security alerts, all that traffic that apps increasingly generate under the banner of transactional, notifications.
Phillip Merrick, CEO at SparkPost:
“Building SparkPost on AWS has allowed us to scale rapidly to meet our customers’ email delivery needs. We’re excited that AWS Marketplace has made it just as easy for customers to integrate SparkPost into their products.”
Although there is no shortage of email services available on the AWS Marketplace, SparkPost claims to be the only cloud native email deliver service on Amazon Web Services, saying that it can deliver higher peak volumes than traditional datacenters and elastically scale up to meet demand.
It also provides security features like the companywide SOC2 Type 1 assessment.
SparkPost claims that it delivers over a fourth of the non-spam email of the world, and highlights numerous firms that use the company’s API email technology. Clients include names like Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Comcast, The New York Times, and Zillow.