StackStorm joins the Charm Partner Programme

Ellen Arnold

on 19 December 2014

StackStorm is the newest member of Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme.  StackStorm is an operations automation software that enables users to define and share operational patterns from events and triggers through to actions taken in response.

“Both Canonical and StackStorm share a common goal in helping to alleviate common pain points for our end users, enabling them to focus more of their attention on delivering solutions.  Together we can do this more effectively,” says Milan Vaclavik, who leads business development for cloud infrastructure ISVs at Canonical.

Evan Powell, CEO of StackStorm says; “We’re excited about working with Canonical to assist their customers in the automation of today’s increasingly complex and fast moving environments.”

Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme lets solution providers make best use of Canonical’s cloud orchestration tool, Juju, enabling instant integration, scaling at the click of a button, simple to share blueprint deployments and an easy way to deliver solutions in minutes.

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