The Instillery announces HashiCorp partnership for devops velocity
- 29 October, 2019 06:15
Mike Jenkins (The Instillery)
The Instillery is teaming with San Francisco-based HashiCorp, using that company's open source toolchain to help modernise client infrastructure.
In a LinkedIn post, The Instillery founder Mike Jenkins wrote that his company had been working towards a partnership since 2017 and that it was now "linkedin official".
HashiCorp builds tools that can manage both physical and virtual machines, Windows, and Linux, SaaS and IaaS, to ease architecture and deployment decisions for complex multicloud transformation projects.
"On the back of a number of exciting engagements across Aotearoa's enterprise and goverment client base leveraging Terraform, we thought we'd better 'pull a hammy and put a ring on it!'," Jenkins wrote.
"So.... really excited to finally make this "linkedin official" and share the news about our exciting partnership with HashiCorp and their open source toolchain including: Terraform, Vagrant, Packer, Vault, Consul, and Nomadas."
The partnership was a signal of intent about the evolution of The Instillery's devops capability as it "doubled down" to deliver velocity and accelerate kiwis cloud and automation success, Jenkins added.
"This partnership is all about enabling kiwi organisations to adopt consistent workflows to provision, secure, connect, and run any infrastructure for any application."
At its conference in September, HashiCorp announced the expansion of the company’s reseller and systems integrator programmes to help partners to assist organisations build and manage complex, multi-cloud IT infrastructures using a cloud operating model.
Since launching a partner program for resellers and integrators under the umbrella of the HashiCorp Partner Network in 2017, HashiCorp has provided partners with access to technical training, technical expertise, and sales and marketing resources.
In September the company updated the programme to more effectively on-board, certify and enable partners that were investing in helping enterprise IT teams adopt this new models across infrastructure, security, networking, and application delivery.
“This year, HashiCorp has seen enormous growth and interest in the number of resellers and systems integrators working with us, stemming from the needs customers have to help them transition to multi-cloud environments using products from the HashiCorp portfolio,” said Michelle Graff, HashiCorp’s global channel chief.
“We’re doubling down on our channel investments, which we see as an important expansion in HashiCorp’s go-to-market strategy. This evolved reseller and systems integrator programme will help create a new breed of hyper-specialised partners that can excel at helping customers adopt a cloud operating model.”