Twilio Joins AWS Marketplace

The communications API has announced it joined the Amazon Web Services marketplace

By Gabriela Vatu on September 20th, 2013 14:52 GMT

Twilio has officially become a member of Amazon’s Web Services’ marketplace. The company says it is looking to expand its reach to developers looking for a cloud communications API.

According to the announcement, they are also offering $20 in jump start credits that can be used for various services inside the app, including conference calling, group texting and more.

“The solution that Twilio is offering on AWS jumpstarts the ability of developers and enterprises to better serve their customers by providing flexible cloud-based communications. With all the innovation in both the AWS and Twilio communities, we can’t wait to see what developers will build,” the announcement reads.

The company hopes developers will find both the Twilio API and AWS equally useful with their new partnership since they’ll need a place to host their creations that’s reliable and quick.
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