Turbonomic, a privately held Boston-based vendor specializing in workload automation for hybrid cloud, has revised its partner program to include a new designated certification for approved systems integrators who assess, plan, deploy, integrate, configure, and optimize cloud-based services. A deal registration program and an MDF program for SIs have also been rolled out.
With this announcement, the Turbonomic Partner Program now includes tracks for systems integrators, solution providers, alliances, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), and distributors. The overall program also features additional certification options, enabling partners to highlight their specialties.
“Cloud delivers customers agility and elasticity – as well as exponential complexity,” said Chris Sullivan, Turbonomic’s SVP of Global Channel & Alliances. “Customers need help managing this complexity in order to avoid sacrificing performance, violating business policies, and overtaxing IT budgets,” he added. “By extending our partner program to SIs, we are closely aligning Turbonomic with the world’s leading cloud delivery specialists to provide the next level of support to their customers.”
The company’s AI-powered workload automation platform is designed to assure performance at the lowest cost while enforcing policy compliance and reducing overall risk in the delivery of cloud services in AWS and Azure environments.
By aligning the partner program with the various cloud partner models, Turbonomic is attempting to position itself for further growth in channel sales. The new SI Program gives integrators the ability to expand their value by helping customers define and implement their journey to the cloud, backed by training, support, and joint go-to-market initiatives.