Snyk achieves AWS Lambda Ready designation
We are excited to extend our partnership with AWS and announce we have achieved the AWS Lambda Ready designation, part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program. This designation recognizes that Snyk Open Source has demonstrated successful integration with AWS Lambda.
Achieving the AWS Lambda Ready designation differentiates Snyk as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member with a product integrating with AWS Lambda and is generally available and fully supported for AWS customers. AWS Service Ready Partners have demonstrated success in building products integrated with AWS services, helping AWS customers evaluate and use their technology productively, at scale, and varying levels of complexity.
On the back of our achievement of the AWS DevOps Competency, and our launch on AWS Marketplace, we are thrilled to achieve AWS Service Ready status. Snyk also recently earned the Amazon Linux 2 Ready designation, as part of the AWS Service Ready Program.
Our team is dedicated to helping companies build security into their development toolchain, and our Lambda integration is a very important piece in our integration story across numerous AWS services and used by many of our joint customers.
To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Service Ready Program to help customers identify products integrated with AWS services and spend less time evaluating new tools, and more time scaling their use of products that are integrated with AWS Services.
Snyk secures development across the AWS ecosystem. Snyk Open Source automatically and continuously finds and fixes application vulnerabilities in source control and function repositories, enabling developers to securely use open source with AWS services such as Amazon EC2 and AWS Lambda while accelerating the delivery of cloud native applications.
Kirill Kolyaskin, Lead Cloud Engineer at New10 said, “because Snyk is so closely integrated with AWS, our DevOps team doesn’t need to spend their time on configuration. Instead, they can focus their time on getting new features out faster.”