Percona Joins the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

Percona Joins VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program

Percona Joins VMware Technology Alliance Partner ProgramWe are delighted to announce that Percona has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program. This program allows partners to develop and deliver proven solutions by providing tools and resources to test, integrate, and package joint products.

The TAP program brings together technology partners with the shared goal of bringing the best expertise and business solutions available, to meet unique customer environments. It allows customers to choose the partner and solution that matches their specific business needs.

We welcome Percona as a valued member of the VMware TAP program,” said Kristen Edwards, director, Technology Alliance Partner Program, VMware. “This membership means customers can take full advantage of a streamlined cloud infrastructure experience. By joining the program, Percona is working with VMware to develop technologies that can transform customers’ environments.”

A selection of Percona software is now available on the VMware Solution Exchange, an online marketplace where VMware partners and developers can publish content and downloadable software. This currently includes:

We are constantly looking at ways to improve customer experience at Percona, and are excited to join the VMware TAP Program and share our expertise in open source database management with even more customers”, said Peter Zaitsev, co-founder and CEO of Percona. “With five of our products already available on the VMware Solution Exchange and more planned for the future, we are continuing our goal to provide leading software solutions that help our customers succeed.

Posting on the VMWare Solution Exchange enables a new audience to find out more about the market-leading software solutions that Percona offers.

For more information on Percona joining the VMware TAP Program please see our new press release, and for Percona software and services, please visit our website.

by Rachel Pescador via Percona Database Performance Blog


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