Its formation follows increased interest from early partner program members.

Claudia Adrien

November 5, 2021

2 Min Read
Cloud security

Israel-based Reblaze, the cloud-native, application security solution provider, just announced a new global channel partner program. The company designed it to help joint customers get more out of their current security infrastructure.

Reblaze says the program enables a partner to build a more robust web app security ecosystem.

The company touts several benefits of joining the Reblaze Partner Program. Those include priority access to sales and marketing tools, training and co-marketing opportunities; commercial terms based on a combination of certifications, value-added services and sales results; and new revenue opportunities by providing implementation services, support and training.

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Reblaze’s Eyal Adanya

“With intensified cyber threats on the rise – from ransomware to DDoS and account takeover attacks – organizations need a shield for all digital properties that can block whatever comes their way,” said Eyal Adanya, vice president of channels and partnerships, Reblaze. “Our goal is to make our customers’ web platforms secure by default. By launching our Reblaze Partner Program, we want to extend this value proposition and partner with some of the most innovative security and cloud native providers in the industry.”

Partner Types

The Reblaze Partner Program allows cloud resellers, MSSPs and other security service providers to build and deploy Reblaze solutions wherever they already are. You can deploy Reblaze in the big public clouds – AWS, Azure, GCP – and via the cloud provider’s marketplace. Channel partners have access to Reblaze’s protection of business’ sites, web applications, services and APIs.

“Reblaze is an important partner for DoiT customers, providing full web application and API protection for companies looking to thrive in the public cloud. Reblaze enables our customers to create a cost-effective cloud infrastructure across CDN and Security,” said Yoav Toussia-Cohen, CEO, DoiT.

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Claudia Adrien

Claudia Adrien is a reporter for Channel Futures where she covers breaking news. Prior to Informa, she wrote about biosecurity and infectious disease for a national publication. She holds a degree in journalism from the University of Florida and resides in Tampa.

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