Twistlock Launches Twistlock Advantage Program
June 21, 2018

Twistlock announced the Twistlock Advantage Program (TAP), a partner program for technology, consulting and reseller partners across the cloud native ecosystem.

Vendors from the DevOps, cloud and security industries are joining the Twistlock Advantage Program to provide a modern set of tools and practices for customers running cloud native applications and adopting DevSecOps practices. Members will deliver technology and consulting services to speed customer adoption and success with cloud native technology.

"Our customers aren't just modernizing their security - they're reinventing the way they build, ship and run applications. By uniting in the Twistlock Advantage Program, Twistlock and our partners are able to collectively provide a better customer experience at every stage of the application lifecycle with innovative technology and consulting solutions," said John Leon, VP, Business Development and Strategic Alliances, Twistlock.

Program benefits include training materials and courses, access to APIs and technical documentation to enable co-development and integration, as well as go to market resources and joint promotion opportunities. By enrolling in the Twistlock Advantage Program, partners can increase their value to customers by helping to provide security at every stage of the DevSecOps workflow.

The Twistlock Advantage Program debuts at this week's DockerCon conference in San Francisco, CA. Charter members include: Amazon Web Services (AWS) (Twistlock is an AWS Partner Network (APN) Partner), Cloudability, CodeFresh, CyberArk, Cylance, Datadog, Diamanti, JFrog, Pivotal, Rancher, Red Hat, Red Lock, Sumo Logic and SUSE.

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