Netlify Intros Enterprise Grid
September 22, 2021
introduced a new Enterprise Grid plan to enable consistent workflows and
governance for organizations with multiple projects and development teams while
giving each team the autonomy to choose their favorite tools. The company added
a new integration with Jira to accelerate feedback on web projects, and Netlify
Enterprise is now available for purchase via the AWS Marketplace.
The newest platform capabilities and integrations help enterprises go to
market faster and deliver optimal customer experiences with the confidence of
enhanced security and control across their web projects.
Enable collaboration and project management in Jira: Netlify Deploy Previews enable development teams to share, review and manage feedback on web projects. Now this feedback can flow through directly to Jira. Other integrations include GitHub, GitLab (SaaS and self-hosted instances), Linear, Shortcut and Trello.
Consolidate cloud spend with AWS Marketplace: Now available in the AWS Marketplace, Netlify can be part of a single cloud bill in AWS. Businesses get convenient procurement using their company's defined processes through the marketplace.
These new features add to Netlify's longstanding capabilities to make it the
ideal Jamstack platform for modernizing web experiences.
Integrations across developer tools and services: With Netlify enterprises can choose the tools that work best for every project with integrations and validated interoperability across the developer toolchain. Build dynamic Jamstack applications with the Netlify partner and community ecosystem, backed by an enterprise SLA.
Secure and compliant web development platform: Netlify has SOC 2 Type 2 attestation and PCI compliance, TLS encrypted traffic and tokens, and active DDOS mitigation.
Netlify Achieves Milestone User and Ecosystem Growth
As the platform of choice for modern Jamstack architecture, Netlify doubled
developer sign-ups in the last year and has already built a network of hundreds
of agency and technology partners. As a result, development teams building web
experiences on Netlify can choose the tools that are right for every project and
grow knowledge with one of the largest modern development communities.
Netlify has recently added key executive team members to continue to scale
Netlify as it becomes the preferred choice for the modern web.
Dana Lawson, senior vice president of engineering: With former engineering leadership roles at GitHub, Heptio and New Relic, Lawson is uniquely qualified to drive the delivery of new Netlify products and integrations for the modern web that developers love.
Akram Hassan, vice president of product: As a former product leader at Uber, Dell EMC and Microsoft Azure, Hassan is now focused on Netlify's product vision and delivering security, performance and an exceptional developer experience, while enabling the vast partner ecosystem to build integrations on Netlify.
These new executives join Netlify's diverse, distributed, and developer-obsessed team of 170 people and counting, representing 40 percent women and non-binary, and 40 percent underrepresented racial and ethnic groups. The company is focused on building a global and diverse team to continue pioneering the modern web and make Jamstack a reality for enterprises.