ScienceLogic Receives MS Gold ISV Partner Certification
April 01, 2016
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ScienceLogic has received Microsoft Gold ISV Partner certification — the highest level of collaboration and certification.

The certification was awarded in the Cloud Platform and Application Development competencies categories.

The coveted Gold partner status demonstrates ScienceLogic’s ability to deliver in-depth monitoring solutions for Microsoft enterprise customers, especially those deploying Microsoft Azure cloud services and Microsoft’s mainstream enterprise business applications. By monitoring workloads on-premises and in the Azure cloud, customers can maintain control of their infrastructure wherever it resides, ensuring the availability and performance of workloads and their underlying infrastructure in a consistent way.

As a result of this partnership:

- ScienceLogic is recognized by Microsoft as a major contributor to the Azure ecosystem, adding significant value for Microsoft customers and their cloud-centric services and partners

- Joint customers can monitor both Microsoft on-premises technologies and Azure cloud deployments with the same platform, with accelerated product releases in the future

- Access to Microsoft Signature Cloud support ensures enhanced satisfaction for ScienceLogic customers by providing additional engineering resources

“We strive to continuously increase our expertise and improve our products in order to better serve our customers and partners,” said Dave Link, Founder and CEO, ScienceLogic. “This certification is very important and demonstrates that our investments in Microsoft Azure, and other Microsoft technologies, are helping both ScienceLogic and Microsoft customers achieve more, with less complexity and effort.”

“As many companies today rely on Microsoft Azure to support their mission critical computing requirements, it’s exciting to have ScienceLogic on board as a Gold ISV Partner, awarded in both the Cloud Platform and Application Development categories,” said Nicole Herskowitz, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Corp. “Microsoft customers are sure to benefit from ScienceLogic’s IT monitoring expertise.”

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