Oct 27, 2016

Object Partners Joins Rancher Labs Global Network

Object Partners is pleased to announce our inclusion as a launch partner of the Rancher Partner Network. Rancher Labs is the company behind both the container based operating system, RancherOS, and the open source container platform service, Rancher. “Rancher is a core technology of Object Partners’ Continuous Delivery offerings, allowing our clients to deploy and manage production ready, highly available container services to support their business. With Rancher, we’re enabling our clients to harness the power of popular container scheduling tools such as Kubernetes, Mesos, and Swarm in an intuitive container management solution,” said John Engelman, Chief Technologist and DevOps practice lead at Object Partners.

Rancher partners benefit from a variety of sales, marketing, product, training and support programs aimed at helping ensure customer success while capturing a greater share of the rapidly growing container marketplace. “We’re big fans of the Rancher team and platform, and we’re excited to see how this partnership can help our clients”, said Ehren Seim, Chief Operating Officer at Object Partners.

Whether it’s a green-field solution or you’re migrating an existing application stack to containers, Object Partners has the expertise and experience to help navigate the often complex decisions that go into deploying a Continuous Integration/Deployment pipeline. Rancher is one of many tools we feel provides a collection of essential capabilities for development, operations, and product teams to successfully deliver high performance applications while not adding to operational and maintenance overhead for organizations.

For more information, see Rancher’s press release here.

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