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CA launches partner solution centre

18 Feb 11

CA Technologies has launched the CA Partner Solution Centre, a new channel initiative for its CA virtual portfolio.

The centre offers partners very specific sales, marketing, and technical assets to support the reselling of their virtualisation practice through CA virtual products.

“These materials will help enable partners to differentiate their offerings by using the CA Virtual portfolio to help virtualisation administrators overcome virtual stall and increase business agility by provisioning, controlling, assuring, securing, and optimizing virtual environments,” the company said in a statement.

CA is also running a limited-time promotion around the new partner centre until June 30th.

"Virtualising tier one and two applications requires confidence, visibility into the environment, predictive performance monitoring, automation, scalability, organisational alignment, and extensive training. CA Technologies channel partners play a key role in all of these areas," said Roger Pilc, general manager, Virtualisation and Automation, CA Technologies.

"With the CA Virtual portfolio in their toolkits, partners can show clear differentiated value and gain access to a suite of technology that can be leveraged to create and deliver new services to their customers."

In December CA’s ANZ Vice President and General Manager, Brenton Smith, said that CA’s big tech predictions for 2011 revolved around the cloud.

“While 2010 may have been the year of cloud talk, 2011 is the year of cloud action,” he said. Read CA’s predictions for 2011 here.

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