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Solo.io Appoints Singularity DevOps as Foundational Channel Partner in Australia

Foundational Channel Partner

Solo.io, a cloud-native application networking company, recently announced it has appointed Sydney-based Singularity DevOps, a professional services technology company, as a foundational channel partner in Australia. With this partnership, Singularity DevOps will now offer Solo.io's Gloo Platform to its customers in Australia. The platform integrates API gateway, service mesh, Kubernetes ingress, and cloud-native networking technologies into a single multi-cloud application network.

Solo.io will offer Singularity DevOps certification programs, sales training, marketing resources, and technical training. According to Solo.io, the Gloo Platform enables organizations to seamlessly connect, secure, and control microservices and APIs across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. On the other hand, Singularity DevOps specializes in developing API, microservices, and DevOps capabilities, making it a perfect channel partner for Solo.io.

General manager of Asia Pacific and Japan Sales at Solo.io, Craig Flatt, said, "Highly regulated and digital native companies want to work with a solid, highly skilled safe pair of hands partner such as Singularity DevOps in combination with world leading technology to build their generation of software platforms for the enterprise." He added, "At the same time, we also want to work with a small number of trusted partners to support our growth. From the outset, we are impressed with the skills and experience which Singularity DevOps will be able to deliver to our joint customers as they shift towards the delivery of modern customer experience. We look forward to supporting our customers and building a mutually beneficial business with Singularity in the years ahead."

(Source – iTWire)

About Solo.io

Founded in 2017, a cloud-native application networking company, Solo.io, is an API gateway for application traffic, Gloo Edge, and Gloo Mesh, a service mesh control plane provider. The company is built on industry-leading open-source Istio and Envoy Proxy. As a result, it can help simplify operations with reliability, unified control, extensibility, observability, and security. It is headquartered in Cambridge (Massachusetts) and backed by Redpoint Ventures and True Ventures. Additionally, it reduces risk and effort for its customers, allowing them to focus on bringing innovation with their applications.

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