Devo Technology, cloud-native logging and security analytics firm, has announced the launch of its new Technology Alliance Partner program, which is the newest addition to the Devo Drive Partner Program.
Check Point, Cybereason, Corelight, Cribl, CyCognito, and Cyware are among the first members of the Technology Alliance Partner Program, which allows Devo and technology partners to create innovative, joint solutions that enhance the value of each other's products and allow customers to increase their SOC's efficiency, maximize their security tools, and achieve complete visibility across their organization.
“Devo is fully committed to collaborating with technology partners to build ready-to-deploy technical integrations that offer additional value to our mutual customers,” said Upesh Patel, SVP of Corporate Development at Devo. He further added, “Technology Alliance Partners collaborate with Devo to build solutions that complement, enhance, and extend the value of Devo's cloud-native logging and security analytics capabilities with the capabilities of their offerings. Aligning our business goals and resources will unlock innovation with a customer-driven approach that creates a superior unified experience.”
The Technology Alliance Partner program has several advantages. It includes funding to support go-to-market activities and engagement, continuous access to the Devo environment and resources, and enablement and education.
“Our partnership with Devo allows customers to detect and prevent sophisticated and mutable cyberattacks targeting multi and hybrid cloud environments,By integrating with Devo’s cloud-native platform, Check Point Infinity SOC simplifies and consolidates security architecture, preventing attacks across network, cloud, endpoint, mobile, and IoT in the work-from-anywhere era.”
Jason Min, Head of Business Development at Check Point Software Technologies