Cloudflare Launches New One Partner Program with Zero Trust at its Core
Cloudflare recently announced the launch of its one partner program, a program they say will enable companies of all sizes to adopt Zero Trust solutions without the complexities previously associated with the technology.
“Critical architectures like Zero Trust shouldn’t be complex, yet we hear every day from businesses that don’t know where to start. That’s why we have modernised how partners can fully implement and deliver what organisations of all sizes need most today.” Mathew Price, CEO of Cloudflare said.
The program integrates 3 of Cloudflare’s offerings which include Zero Trust, Network as a Service, and Cloud Email Security.
The program’s launch has been timed perfectly to address the increased demand for Zero Trust solutions as organisations look to safely and securely accelerate their digital transformations.
The company was quick to applaud its various tech partners that have made it possible to create a solution that is flexible and can fit in almost any existing tech stack.
Matthew notes that the partners have played a key role in creating a demand for the technology and admits that as more businesses continue to embrace Zero Trust, the partners will have an even bigger role to play.
“We’ve been humbled by how our existing partners have contributed to the explosive growth of our Zero Trust business, but increased customer demand is creating an opportunity for our partners to play a bigger role in how we go to market. More than ever before we are relying on our partners to help customers evaluate, implement and support Zero Trust solutions,” Mathew said.
The said partners consist of big names like Microsoft, Crowdstrike, and Mandiant, among others.
The launch of this new program and the streamlining of Zero Trust implementation is a strategic move that will further solidify Cloudfare’s name as an industry leader. The company has been enjoying massive popularity with the number of customers using the platform doubling over the past year.