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Dashbird becomes AWS Advanced Technology Partner

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It’s the celebration time of the year! Dashbird is now an official Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Technology Partner (APN). Our team has demonstrated that we can build a strong, secure and reliable AWS-based business that can benefit Amazon Web Services users.

The new partner status is recognition of Dashbird ability to help companies to better monitor and troubleshoot their Lambdas by providing state of the art solution for serverless observability.

“We have worked together with AWS since the beginning of Dashbird and we believe in building a strong relationship with them,” said Taavi Rehemägi, Co-Founder and CEO of Dashbird. “We are pleased to continue extend our partnership with AWS to help our mutual customers to build their serverless services with more confidence.”

What will this mean for you?

You’ll not be directly impacted by this partnership but indirectly, you can rest assured that by using Dashbird you are going to take full advantage of a product supported and endorsed by AWS. This will encourage us to uphold the premium quality standard that the AWS users have come to expect from using Amazon products and services.

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Made by Developers for Developers

Our history and present are deeply rooted in building large-scale cloud applications on state-of-the-art technology. Dashbird was born out of our own need for an enhanced serverless debugging and monitoring tool, and we take pride in being developers.

10,000+ developers trust Dashbird

Dashbird helped us reduce the time to discovery from 2-4 hours to a matter of seconds. This means we’re saving dozens of hours in developer time, which not only can be funneled into improving the product but also means hundreds of dollars are saved every month.

Great onboarding: it takes just a couple of minutes to connect an AWS account to an organization in Dashbird. The UI is clean and gives a good overview of what is happening with the Lambdas and API Gateways in the account.

Dashbird provides an easier interface to monitor and debug problems with our Lambdas. Relevant logs are simple to find and view. Dashbird’s support has been good, and they take product suggestions with grace.

Great UI. Easy to navigate through CloudWatch logs. Simple setup.

Dashbird helped us refine the size of our Lambdas, resulting in significantly reduced costs. We have Dashbird alert us in seconds via email when any of our functions behaves abnormally. Their app immediately makes the cause and severity of errors obvious.

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