Ubuntu partner programmes
Ubuntu software partners
Ubuntu has a thriving software ecosystem, with thousands of applications available for the PC, the server and the cloud — targeting both the enterprise and consumer markets.
We offer a range of benefits for ISVs looking to formalise their work with Ubuntu, through Canonical. As a certified partner, you’ll get inside information on forthcoming Ubuntu developments, assistance in testing and optimising your applications with Ubuntu and OpenStack — and priority access to Ubuntu engineers.
App developer partners
Snaps are applications packaged with all their dependencies to run on all popular Linux distributions from a single build. They update automatically and roll back gracefully. Whether you’re building for desktop, cloud, or the Internet of Things, publishing as a snap will keep users up to date and make system configuration issues less likely, freeing you to code more and debug less.
Snapcraft, the open source tool to publish snaps, picks up from your existing build artefacts or language of choice, be it Python, Go, C/C++, Node.js, or even .NET. With 20 minutes you can have your first app built and released in the Snap Store.
Cloud software partners
Ubuntu is the world’s leading cloud operating system, both as a guest on public clouds — like Amazon and Windows Azure — and as a platform on which to build OpenStack clouds and Kubernetes clusters.
Charm partner programme
Canonical’s award-winning service modeling tool, Juju, makes it easy to model, deploy, manage and scale cloud software. With Juju charms, any customer can deploy your products in just a few clicks.
Become an Ubuntu partner
Interested in becoming an Ubuntu partner? Talk to us today to learn more about our programmes.
Do you offer different services to your customers? Learn more about other Ubuntu partner engagements.