Opscode Joins Google Cloud Platform Partner Program
July 24, 2012 — Opscode today announced it has joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a Technology Partner. Opscode’s Chef is the configuration and automation framework used by thousands of leading web companies and enterprises. With the Chef plugin for Google Compute Engine, Opscode customers can spin up new compute instances directly from the command line and immediately begin managing them with Chef.
“The Google Cloud Platform Partner Program enables us to integrate our product offerings for both development and web operations teams with the power of the Google Cloud Platform,” said Christopher Brown, CTO of Opscode. “The Google Cloud Platform offers a broad set of application development, cloud storage, large scale computing, and big data capabilities that provide Opscode customers the ability to scale their technology infrastructure with ease and with confidence.”
Google’s Cloud Platform products enable customers to implement:
- Cloud app solutions, such as mobile apps, social apps, business process apps, and websites, using Google App Engine and Google Cloud SQL.
- Cloud storage solutions, such as high-end backup and recovery, active archiving, global file sharing/collaboration, and primary SAN/NAS, using Google Cloud Storage.
- Large-scale computing solutions, such as batch processing, data processing and high performance computing using Google Compute Engine.
- Big data solutions, such as interactive tools, trend detection and BI dashboards, using Google BigQuery and Google Prediction API.
Opscode is the leader in cloud infrastructure automation. We help companies of all sizes develop fully automated server infrastructures that scale easily and predictably; can be quickly rebuilt in any environment; and save developers and systems engineer’s time and money. Opscode’s team is comprised of web infrastructure experts responsible for building and operating some of the world’s largest websites and cloud computing platforms. Opscode is headquartered in Seattle.