ISV Partner Programme
About the programme
Canonical’s ISV Partner Programme offers a range of tools and resources to ensure that our partners’ applications work well with Ubuntu. We can also help our partners reach new marketplaces through our worldwide sales and channel partner programmes. It’s a great time to partner with Canonical and, by working with our ISV Software partners or by becoming one yourself, you can benefit from Ubuntu’s growing popularity in companies around the world.
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The programme includes:
- Priority developer support
- Certification and packaging assistance
- Partner directory listing
- Access to marketing collateral
- Access to joint marketing and sales planning
How it works
The ISV Partner Programme has been designed to encourage a close working relationship with our partners. Each partner has a dedicated sales and technical contact who can provide advice and help when you need it.
To become a partner, you will receive a commercial, technical and operational evaluation. If successful, you will start to gain access to marketing and sales collateral, webinars and onsite visits as required.
Why partner with Canonical?
As more and more businesses make the switch to Ubuntu, the demand for high-quality services and partner products continues to grow. Independent software vendors (ISVs) who partner with Canonical can bring their software to millions of new users. By joining the ISV Partner Programme, you can also:
- Deploy your software on the most popular cloud operating system
- Expose your products to a wider range of commercial enterprises
- Get more choice: deploy on desktop, server and cloud
- Access additional revenue streams
- Align your services with an established, popular brand
- Receive marketing, technical and commercial support
“Cloudera and Canonical partner to ensure that everything from the packaging and testing to the deployment and update of both Cloudera's Distribution, including Apache Hadoop, and Cloudera Enterprise work seamlessly with Ubuntu.”
Ed Albanese, Head of Business Development, Cloudera