Wednesday, 12 September 2018 22:07

PagerDuty Launches Integration Partner Program

By Staff Writers

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New program expands the PagerDuty Integration Ecosystem, empowering shared customers to receive greater value from PagerDuty and partners.

PagerDuty, a global leader in digital operations management, has today launched the PagerDuty Integration Partner Program to accelerate innovation and increase customer value for the PagerDuty platform. The Integration Partner Program will fuel the continued growth of PagerDuty’s 300-plus integrations by providing the foundation for a significantly expanded and richer integrations ecosystem, as well as a highly engaged partner community.
 
"Our Integration Ecosystem and Partner Program are central to PagerDuty’s role as the platform for real-time action,” said Jukka Alanen, senior vice president of business development and corporate strategy at PagerDuty. “We are excited to expand our collaboration with integration partners and bring joint value to customers by helping them innovate and improve operations more comprehensively."

The Integration Partner Program adds immediate value for PagerDuty customers by making PagerDuty’s entire Integrations Ecosystem easily searchable, aligned to their business needs, and inclusive of a verified tier of integrations. Customers now have the ability to discover relevant integrations based on key categories, such as event processing, IT service management, and security, as well as access to richer, more useful information about integrations and joint solutions, including use cases and case studies.

“As part of our mission to deliver real-time monitoring and analytics for cloud-native container, microservices, and serverless environments, it’s essential that we partner with PagerDuty to help customers translate real-time intelligence to action,” said Steve Tsuchiyama, vice president, global partners and alliances at SignalFx. “Joining the PagerDuty Integration Partner Program will help us better address PagerDuty’s customers’ needs and deliver integrated innovations.”

PagerDuty’s Integration Ecosystem is the foundational tier in the PagerDuty partner ecosystem. Integration Ecosystem partners can publish their approved listed integrations and technical documentation on PagerDuty’s website and integrations directory using PagerDuty’s open APIs and other integration mechanisms.

The PagerDuty Integration Partner Program is an advanced tier in the PagerDuty Integration Ecosystem. It recognizes and helps promote integrated solutions from ecosystem partners who demonstrate and maintain current interoperability between their products and PagerDuty products, and who are actively engaged in driving new joint customer use. Customers can benefit from greater integration validation, proven use cases and customer examples, and richer information about the solution value.

“We’ve partnered with PagerDuty to ensure that our shared customers can leverage the data that they collect from their IoT sensors and devices to derive real-time insights to mobilize their teams to find failures faster,” said Sharjeel Noor, senior director, platform and partnerships at InfluxData. “We’re excited to join the PagerDuty Integration Partner Program to accelerate joint innovation and better respond to customer needs.”

Inaugural members of PagerDuty’s Integration Partner Program include Anodot, Blue Matador, Catchpoint, Cybersponse, Dynatrace, Humio, Icinga, InfluxData, Instana, ITManager.net, LightStep, LogDNA, LogicMonitor, Moesif, NodePing, OverOps, Rampant Technology, Raygun, Regroup, Rigd.io, Scalyr, Sentry, SignalFX, StatusCake, Sumologic, Templarbit, Threatstack, Twistlock, Uptime, Wavefront by VMware, XebiaLabs, Zapier and Zenoss, with more to be announced. Additional verified integrations include products from Amazon, AppDynamics, Atlassian, BMC, CA, Cisco, Data Dog, Google, IBM, Microsoft, New Relic, Red Hat, ServiceNow, Slack, and Splunk.

Learn more about the Integration Partner Program and ecosystem here.

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