Electric Cloud and Trace3 Partner to Accelerate Results for Enterprise DevOps Transformations
October 26, 2016

Electric Cloud and Trace3 announced a strategic business partnership to help meet the increasing demands for DevOps in large, complex organizations.

Together, Trace3’s experience as a DevOps Delivery partner and Electric Cloud’s industry leading Application Release Automation (ARA) solution, ElectricFlow, will help large organizations successfully master modern software delivery practices.

“Our partnership with Trace3 is an important step in our company growth strategy,” said Steve Brodie, CEO of Electric Cloud. “Trace3’s elite engineering team has faced and conquered highly challenging and complex DevOps problems. With access to its Fortune 1000 customer base, we can help Trace3 and its customers advance DevOps at scale in large enterprises, by taking advantage of the industry’s most robust DevOps platform – ElectricFlow – alongside enablement, training and support. By enabling a unified, centralized approach to DevOps in the enterprise, along with dedicated training and implementation services, Trace3 customers can get on the fast track to increasing the velocity and quality of application releases, while ensuring governance, compliance and security.”

“As part of Trace3’s leadership approach and breadth of best-of-breed solutions for Enterprise DevOps transformations, we are pleased to announce this new partnership with Electric Cloud," said Marc Hornbeek, principal DevOps consultant at Trace3. “Electric Cloud’s premier position as the leading Application Release Automation (ARA) tool, along with Trace3’s premier position as the Transformative IT Authority with its broad partner network uniquely positions us to help customers accelerate progress on their DevOps journey.”

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