AppDynamics Expands Partner Ecosystem
December 11, 2015
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AppDynamics is significantly expanding its investment in its global partner ecosystem. The objective is to enable both partners and enterprises to more effectively address digital transformation opportunities by providing the optimized application performance necessary to run successful digital businesses.

AppDynamics has signed co-engineering, co-marketing, and co-sales agreements with a growing number of partners to maximize choice for customers. Regardless of technology platform or how enterprises prefer to deploy their applications, AppDynamics and its partner ecosystem help ensure maximum application and business performance, greatly improved DevOps collaboration for faster delivery, and enhanced analytical insight leading to better decision-making.

“Businesses are increasingly engaging their customers online and through mobile applications,” said Matthew Polly, VP of Worldwide Alliances and Business Development for AppDynamics. “These software solutions are quickly becoming the primary customer touchpoints for businesses. Our investments in the partner ecosystem are ensuring that AppDynamics’ partners have a clear advantage when helping enterprises transform their businesses to digital.”

Within the AppDynamics ecosystem, partners are be able to respond much more quickly and efficiently to end-user requirements, and leverage opportunities across heterogeneous data centers and private, public, or hybrid cloud environments.

AppDynamics’ partner ecosystem includes a growing number of cloud and technology partners, as well as solution providers, such as managed service providers (MSPs), independent software vendors (ISVs), and systems integrators (SIs). Among the technology partners with new or recently expanded relationships with AppDynamics are:

• Accenture

• Amazon Web Services (AWS)

• Microsoft

• Oracle

• Pivotal

• Rackspace

• Red Hat

AppDynamics is expanding its reach through a vibrant partner ecosystem that has representation in every corner of the globe — including North America, EMEA, and Asia/Pacific. AppDynamics has 137 certified integrations with popular enterprise technologies such as F5 load balancers, MongoDB, TibcoEMS, ServiceNow, and VMWare vSphere, to name a few.

“Investing in the breadth and depth of our partner ecosystem is a key part of our strategy and a cornerstone of our commitment to our customers,” said David Wadhwani, CEO and President of AppDynamics. “Driving digital transformation in the enterprise — efficiently and at scale — requires the right technology investments across all our routes to market, as well as close co-engineering with cloud and technology partners that are similarly laser-focused on our mission.”

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