F5 announced the general availability of F5 NGINXaaS for Azure, an integrated solution co-developed by F5 and Microsoft that empowers enterprises to deliver secure, high-performance applications in the cloud.
Rafay Systems announced the launch of the Rafay Technical Alliance Program.
Driven by customer demand, the program accelerates the ongoing innovation effort between Rafay and strategic partners to deliver enhanced value to mutual customers.
Rafay also introduced its new Kubernetes Addon Catalog, making it easy for enterprise platform teams to add and configure software addons in cluster blueprints and for developers to self-service curated cluster configurations, in just a few clicks.
“No Kubernetes deployment is an island. To be successful, Kubernetes requires a number of integrated addons to integrate and work harmoniously,” said Mahesh Chaudhari, VP of global business development and alliances at Rafay Systems. “Working alongside our customers and market-leading partners, Rafay has strategically selected the solutions critical to making modern infrastructure operations simple, fast and accessible—driving end-user innovation to meet enterprise demand.”
Partner participation in the Rafay Technical Alliance Program grants access to in-depth technical and sales training, Kubernetes experts, co-selling and co-marketing resources for a “better together” technological experience for mutual customers. As a result, Rafay and its partners provide enterprises with a seamless experience for best-in-class innovation.
Charter members of Rafay’s Technical Alliance Program include Araali Networks, Archera, Armory.io, Tigera (Calico), CloudCasa by Catalogic, Datadog, Dynatrace, Equinix, GitLab, HashiCorp, Ondat, MinIO, NetScaler (formerly Citrix ADC), New Relic, Ping Identity, Sysdig, Tetrate and Zenlayer. Each partner’s technology is now available in Rafay’s Kubernetes Addon Catalog. The Catalog is a collection of applications that enterprises can use to easily choose and deploy addons to Kubernetes clusters as a workload template, a workload or via a cluster blueprint. Enterprises can also create one or more custom catalogs for use within different organizations or unique sets of applications or infrastructures.