SevOne Launches Alliance Program
July 14, 2016
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SevOne launched the SevOne READY Program, a new technology and go-to-market alliance program that allows technology providers to leverage their solutions and the open interfaces of the SevOne Digital Infrastructure Management Platform to help drive its customers’ journey to the cloud.

Program participation will allow partners to create integrated offerings in key areas including software-defined networking environments, datacenter server and storage, hybrid cloud, business analytics, the Internet of Things and more.

As today’s global businesses transform into digital enterprises differentiated by software, applications and continuous innovation, new digital infrastructures are being created to support their business goals. These next-generation infrastructures are complex and rapidly evolving – too rapidly to be handled by any single solution that today’s standalone vendors can provide. With SevOne READY, the Company and its partners will facilitate collaboration across the entire digital infrastructure environment. Participating industry leading digital infrastructure vendors include Cisco, Ciena, Dell, Gigamon, HP Enterprise, Ixia, Juniper Networks, Pure Storage, and Viptela.

“SevOne’s unique approach to digital infrastructure management enables our customers to accelerate their journey to the cloud via better visualization, analysis and interaction with the entirety of their infrastructures,” said Jack Sweeney, CEO, SevOne. “With SevOne READY, we are bringing even more value by optimizing challenging end-to-end IT business processes and delivering new integrated services and solutions. We highly value our alliance partners and look forward to ensuring that our growing list of customers around the world have access to industry-leading solutions to address their most important IT operational challenges.”

The SevOne Digital Infrastructure Platform empowers Operations and IT teams to manage complex infrastructures by removing visibility gaps and providing true speed at scale to enable the power of integrated metrics, flows, logs, and to improve end user experience. SevOne recently unveiled a series of enhancements, including SevOne 5.6 and SevOne Performance Log Appliance 2.1, that offer customers unprecedented business agility to proactively manage more of their digital infrastructure, visualize and report in real time, and troubleshoot using logs at scale.

SevOne READY offers a range of benefits to alliance partners including:

- Ease of integration with the SevOne Digital Infrastructure Platform

- Dedicated alliance program management

- Device/Solution integration certification

- Access to SevOne Technical Support

- Joint GTM planning, including content development and demo creation support

- Joint lead generation through webinars, regional marketing events, and sponsorship opportunities

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