D2iQ, a San Francisco-based Kubernetes management platform provider, has rolled out its new Managed Service Provider (MSP) Program.
Given the relative scarcity of Kubernetes talent, the company’s objective is to enable a production-ready, scalable, secure, and easily manageable Kubernetes management platform. Program components include engineering support, co-marketing opportunities, contracting terms that allow for the alignment of licensing around customer contract time frames or batch annual licensing, and flexible billing packages.
“At D2iQ, we are committed to providing enterprises with an intelligent infrastructure that unleashes innovation to stay competitive in this evolving market, and Managed Service Providers play a huge role in helping us achieve this vision,” said Tobi Knaup, co-founder and CEO of D2iQ. “Enterprises use MSPs so they can focus on true innovation in their core business and reach success in a production environment. With the MSP Partner Program, enterprises can leverage our best-in-class Kubernetes management platform while getting the support and services they need from an MSP partner.”
D2iQ’s Managed Service Provider Program is generally available now.
As organizations in every industry sector look to realize the agility, scale, and cost benefits of cloud-native computing and containerized applications, MSPs are tasked with providing the infrastructure and services to enable customers to achieve their modernization goals. The D2iQ MSP program promises to open new revenue opportunities for MSPs to deliver advanced, secure, and feature-rich cloud-native Kubernetes solutions to their customers.