Charm Partner Programme

Ellen Arnold

on 21 February 2016

If you’re an ISV focused on the cloud or big data, you’ll know how difficult it can sometimes be for your customers to realise the full value of your software. Juju, the award-winning application modelling tool from Canonical, automates and accelerates the deployment, scaling and integration of distributed applications in virtually any public or private cloud. It also works on bare-metal. By creating a Juju Charm for your software, you can make it easy for administrators and DevOps teams to integrate it into hundreds of other solutions. And the Charm Partner Programme (CPP), is the best way to accomplish this.

For more details, have a look at the Charm Partner Programme Datasheet.

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