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Datadog launches partner program to support channel partners in ANZ

Author : Pankaj Singh | Published Date : 2020-01-18 

Datadog, the global monitoring and cloud-scale analytics platform for developers, IT teams, and business users, recently announced the launch of a new partner program, expanding its support for channel partners in Australia & New Zealand. The Datadog Partner Network will offer a structured platform for training and accreditation programs for the company’s products and services.

The announcement has been made two months after the appointment of new local channel head and former Veeam manager, Nick Forsyth. Mr. Forsyth asserted that partners are the key to Datadog’s growth, making cloud analytics platform available to customers across various channels. He further added the platform could increase their commitments and supports for partners, industries, and customers, as well as help form new alliances.

The Datadog Partner Network promotes self-service training for implementation, go-to-market collateral, a partner locator listing, and opportunity registration in the partner portal for managed service providers, resellers, system integrators, and technology partners.

Datadog is used by large number of organizations and industries to enable cloud migration and digital transformation and drive collaboration between various business teams.

As stated by CEO of Nordcloud, Jan Kritz, Datadog is the company’s preferred third-party cloud monitoring solution, especially in multi-cloud setup. A wide range of managed services are provided by integrating Datadog’s monitoring services into Nordcloud’s cloud services. The partnership platform proves useful when additional metrics and application performance measurement are required.

Datadog is also partnered with a private company known as SHI International, which is a provider of technology services and products. The partnership enables SHI to offer cloud monitoring solutions to its DevOps teams and customers’ DevOps teams to resolve performance issues, avoid downtime, and ensure the delivery of world class services to customers.

According to Simon Health (chief technology officer of the cloud and infrastructure platform), the signing of a new Datadog’s partnership with SXiQ can give SXiQ  adequate access to Datadog’s monitoring tools to carry out the delivery of its services and strengthen the relationships with their clients.

Source credits:

https://www.arnnet.com.au/article/670327/datadog-launches-partner-program-in-anz/

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