The programs offer maximum flexibility for partners to decide where to focus and how to best optimize their investments.
Docker has developed the Business Partner Program as a tiered program which enables partners to capitalize on our program benefits as well as provide a growth path for those who want to continue to expand their business opportunities with Docker. The base program membership is free.
A technology partnership with Docker is for those companies that are integrating, embedding, or developing products that complement the Docker platform and leverage the Docker APIs. Additionally, companies interested in distributing their commercial content as Certified Containers and Certified Plugins on the Docker Store.
There has never been a better time to become a Docker partner! As the world’s leading software container platform, Docker provides you a tremendous opportunity to experience greater profitability with our Docker Enterprise Edition portfolio and reap additional benefits through our Docker Partner Program.
Partners can select any combination of partnership and the path they wish to pursue that best fits their needs:
Get 20% off training classes and certification programs for your staff
Get early access to product information, not for resale license, betas and participate in product feedback
Create awareness and demand for your services within the Docker community with joint and co-branded marketing opportunities
Register deals and grow your business with access to to the latest on-demand training, technical and sales materials
Docker places a tremendous value on the health of our ecosystem, and look forward to supporting your endeavors through our partner programs! Our technical alliances team is available to support your path to success within the Docker ecosystem -- Identifying integration opportunities, understanding API's and plugin architecture, Docker best practices and Certification support.
Partners are encouraged to enter our partner program as Members and work with assigned partner manager to identify existing or new opportunities for collaboration.