Fluree Launches Global Partner Program; Blockchain-Based Data Platform for Web3 Innovation Builds Ecosystem Powered by Partners

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.–()–Fluree, a North Carolina-headquartered startup that provides a data-centric technology stack, today announced the Fluree Partner Network (FPN) providing enabling technology for ISVs, SIs and VARs to build and deliver the Web3 applications that are revolutionizing the way the world does business.

“A recent Wipro survey found 75% of executives now look at blockchain as a strategic priority in 2020,” said Buck Flannigan, VP Global Partners, Fluree. “At the same time, we must dismantle the barriers to adoption for blockchain in new or existing systems, which remains the top reported issue according to Deloitte. This nexus represents a golden opportunity for our partners to go to market with data-centric blockchain solutions powered by Fluree.”

The Fluree platform organizes blockchain-secured data in a highly scalable semantic graph database, making it ideal for full-stack applications built on a data-centric architecture. As yesterday’s application-centric architecture increasingly grapples with complexity and vulnerability, Fluree is powering the next generation of data-centric services.

Inside the Fluree Partner Network (FPN)

Fluree is positioned for widespread enterprise adoption, with a compact runtime footprint scaling from edge client devices, through private cloud deployments, and supported on all leading public cloud infrastructure platforms, including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. A diverse ecosystem of established and startup ISVs, SIs and VARs comprises the growing Fluree Partner Network.

Examples of technology ISVs include:

  • Storj Labs, whose Fluree integration streamlines DevOps to create and backup snapshots of Fluree ledger instances and stream them to the Tardigrade distributed object storage network.
  • Zeeve, a blockchain-as-a-service cloud management platform that provides intuitive dashboards, single-click cloud deployments and a faster…

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