Cisco will partnering with 35 independent software vendors (ISVs) to speed up creation of innovative cloud services for the Intercloud.
It’s the globally connected network of clouds Cisco is building with its partners — and an elite hand-picked ISV roster will “offer cloud services to help customers capture the multitude of opportunities created by the Internet of Everything (IoE),” according to the company.
In related news, Cisco also unveiled its latest hybrid cloud software innovations. They address new security capabilities, increased manageability across clouds, and support for additional hypervisors.
“By enabling flexible workload placement and consistent network and security policies across public and private cloud environments, Cisco Intercloud Fabric is taking the complexity out of hybrid cloud,” a provided statement reads. “By simplifying hybrid cloud, Cisco Intercloud Fabric is showing strong market momentum with more than 100 customers and 65 partners worldwide.”
The first wave of new Cisco Intercloud Marketplace application developers and service partners include: ActiveState, Apprenda, Basho, Chef, Citrix, CliQr, Cloud Enabled, CloudBerry Lab, Cloudera, Cloudify, CloudLink, Couchbase, CTERA, Datadog, Davra Networks, desktopsites, Druva, Egnyte, ElasticBox, F5 Networks, Hortonworks, Informatica, MapR, MongoDB, Moonwalk, Nirmata, Panzura, Pegasystems, Platfora, Sanovi, ScaleArc, Skytree, StoAmigo, Talisen Technologies, and Zenoss.
Cisco plans to open the Intercloud Marketplace in the fall of 2015.