The Plano, Texas-based virtualized network solutions technology company this week opened its doors to technology partners by launching its Virtual Partner Program for Technology Partners.
Netsocket said this move will open up its application offerings to include a range of third-party applications (vApps) for Virtual Edge, its cloud-managed virtual network solution for MSPs. The company believes this move will help it deliver new virtualized services to MSPs.
Qualifying vApps must be "virtualized," meaning that the application is targeted to run in a virtual machine. No application development or integration is required.
Independent software vendors (ISVs) interested in Netsocket’s Virtual Partner Program can submit their online application for technology partners.