Leveraging SUSE’s Cloud Partner ecosystem with the SUSE OpenStack Partner Program

By: Marita Werner

May 5, 2014 2:40 am





Today’s business needs often require cloud solutions from several vendors, and a robust platform that brings it all together. Customers need solutions that are properly tested and backed by professional support. That’s why SUSE developed SUSE Cloud, powered by OpenStack, and surrounding SUSE Cloud an ecosystem of OpenStack Partners.

Since the early days of adopting OpenStack, SUSE, a Platinum Member of the OpenStack Foundation, has developed a vital and longstanding relationship with its Cloud Technology Partners like Dell, Cloud Cruiser, WSO2 and Cloud Service Partners like B1 Systems or cloudTP. In addition, SUSE has developed a broad ecosystem of OpenStack Partners.

To leverage this ecosystem and to aid our Cloud Partners SUSE has now formalized this partner program and added new OpenStack partner badges to our existing PartnerNet. In addition to the logos, Partners can now list their software products that support SUSE Cloud in the SUSE Partner Software Catalog and show their support of the latest versions of SUSE Cloud.

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