Digital intelligence leader New Relic, Inc. (NYSE: NEWR) announced today that its New Relic Infrastructure offering is now available on AWS Marketplace. Starting today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers will be able to purchase New Relic Infrastructure directly through AWS Marketplace, making it even easier for operations teams to adopt and monitor the cloud. With more than 100,000 active AWS customers using software from AWS Marketplace, these customers can obtain consolidated billing for all of their AWS services, software and now SaaS subscriptions such as New Relic. According to a September 2016 report by Forrester 1, cloud platform revenues are projected to reach $64 billion by 2020, which is 45 percent higher than projected two years ago, as companies of all sizes continue to rapidly adopt and migrate to the cloud. As more of these workloads are in the cloud, businesses need greater visibility into their dynamic infrastructures. New Relic Infrastructure is a new monitoring product designed to provide deep, real-time visibility into a company's dynamic cloud and hybrid infrastructure, enabling modern operations teams to move faster, scale and deploy with confidence. "New Relic provides a leading offering for monitoring the cloud, which is critical for modern operations teams that need to understand the performance of their digital businesses," said Dave McCann, VP, AWS Marketplace and Catalog Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. "Our customers want easy-to-use SaaS solutions like New Relic Infrastructure, now available for purchase on AWS Marketplace, with unified billing through their existing AWS account." "AWS and New Relic are extremely complementary, with AWS providing a fast, flexible cloud environment, and New Relic delivering real-time analytics to move confidently in the cloud," said John Gray, SVP Business Development, New Relic. "We are thrilled to launch with this important new AWS Marketplace SaaS Subscriptions offering, making it even easier for AWS customers to start monitoring the cloud with New Relic."