Tintri has announced a new cloud certification programme — Tintri Certified Cloud Expert (TCCE) — for partners seeking to advance their cloud practice and develop value-add offers. The certification programme complements Tintri’s other certification programmes: Tintri Certified Sales Professional (TCSP), Tintri Certified Solution Engineer (TCSE) and Tintri Certified Solution Expert (TCSX).
Tintri’s new cloud certification programme enables partners to offer cloud services to their customers, distinguishing them in competitive situations as strategic advisors and generating opportunities for value-add consulting and integration services.
“Tintri’s success is driven by our channel partner’s ability to differentiate themselves and our products in the market,” said Eric Berry, VP Channel Operations, Tintri. “Our new certification programme will set our partners apart by equipping them with the tools and expertise they need to deliver innovative cloud services to their customers.”
Tintri’s cloud certification programme includes a mix of online training, scheduled lab time (to solve challenges and implement ideas) and panel reviews of automation exercises. Certification content will cover enterprise cloud deployment, automation, orchestration and scripting.
“Helping customers navigate their cloud journey through a multi-cloud environment makes us stand apart from our competitors,” said Chris Barnes, Account Manager at S3. “Day-to-day conversations with our customers and prospects always touch on the cloud in some way and it’s pivotal for us to keep up with the changes. We are continually investing in a team and a series of solutions that help to simplify automation, orchestration and self-service. For that reason, working with Tintri’s enterprise cloud platform and web services architecture has resonated really well with our customers and we look forward to new innovations from them in the near future.”
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