Gladinet join Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme

Ellen Arnold

on 29 October 2014

Canonical are excited to announce Gladinet as the most recent addition to their Charm Partner Programme.  Gladinet Cloud Enterprise provides a brandable, self-hosted dropbox alternative for service providers and enterprises, with file server integration, broad mobile support and more.  Gladinet, which develops on Windows, will be one of the first partners to take advantage of Canonical’s recent announcement of Windows workload support within Juju.

 

Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme enables solution providers to make best use of Canonical’s award-winning open source cloud orchestration tool, Juju,  which allows them to: demo their product in minutes; instantly integrate it into hundreds of other solutions; scale at the click of button; share blueprint deployments in a drag-and-drop environment; and deliver instant solutions.

 

Franklyn Peart, COO of Gladinet says “By joining the CPP, we gain access to Ubuntu’s cloud ecosystem without needing to port our existing work to a new platform.  It’s a no brainer for us!”
To learn more about the programme, please visit http://partners.ubuntu.com/partner-programmes/software

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