ClearDB Launches Channel Partner Program
Data services platform to be showcased at Microsoft World Partner Program.
ClearDB has announced the launch of its Channel Partner Program. The new program allows partners to design and deliver a customized database as a service and extends the reach of ClearDB’s award winning Data Services Platform both nationally and globally. The program offers a simple on-boarding experience and allows partners to develop predictable and recurring revenue with an accelerated path to market.
The ClearDB Channel Partner Program offers a premier partner experience that includes sales discounts and bundled service offerings along with access to technical resources, go to market development assistance and product training. Channel partners own the customer experience while receiving assistance from ClearDB, including guaranteed uptime service level agreements (SLA) and 24 x 7 support assistance.
“Database assets are increasingly the key for business success in today’s always-on, data-driven economy,” said Allen Holmes, ClearDB vice president of marketing and platform alliances. “Our valued partners play a vital role in ClearDB’s growth and success, and a strong channel partner program will further empower our partners to effectively and confidently ensure that a customers’ database-powered applications stay online and perform reliably.”
ClearDB’s Data Services Platform builds off of the company’s Data Services Platform and radically simplifies the way transactional and analytic database workloads are provisioned and managed. The secure platform employs technologies for management, orchestration, provisioning, billing, telemetry and support and provides exceptional asset utilization and overall cost savings.
Designed to work on major public clouds and to support private cloud and on-premises operations, ClearDB’s nonstop Data Services Platform automates the provisioning and management process with an intuitive services framework that accelerates performance and guarantees high availability in any cloud marketplace, including Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Heroku, AppFog, SoftLayer, and IBM Bluemix — all while reducing database license footprint and related infrastructure costs.