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credativ joins the Charm Partner Programme

Canonical is excited to welcome credativ to the Charm Partner Programme. The Charm Partner Programme enables Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to use the full power of Juju, the award­ winning cloud services modeling and application abstraction tool from Canonical.

Juju makes it easy for administrators and DevOps teams to model, deploy, integrate, and scale applications and complex microservices­ based architecture on virtually any public or private cloud, as well as bare metal, through the use of Charms. Charms are a sets of scripts that simplify the deployment and management tasks of specific services. They can be written in any language or leverage configuration management tools.

credativ is an independent open source software consultancy, providing a full range of free software services for the private and public sectors. credativ has one of the largest support teams in its field in Europe and is able to offer a local, bespoke service to businesses using open source solutions,including particular expertise in open source ERP solutions and databases. credativ created the Juju charm for OpenERP, and will maintain a number of other open source charms including Django, PostGres and Squid.

“We are thrilled to join Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme. The innovative and facilitating nature of Juju is in line with the values of ‘Co­action’ and ‘Transparency’ that underpin our business activity at credativ. We are always supportive of initiatives to further adoption of free and open source software and we are delighted to be able to offer our expertise to benefit the Charm partner program,” said Irenie White, Managing Director at credativ.

Stefan Johansson, Global Software Alliances Director at Canonical, said “credativ is an excellent addition to our Charm Partner Programme. Not only have they already contributed to the Juju Charm Store with OpenERP charm, but they have the capability to support clients using other charms based on open source software.”

For more information on Canonical’s Partner Programmes, please visit partners.ubuntu.com.

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