The MapR platform delivers the complete set of public Apache Hadoop APIs, making integration with partner products quick and seamless. In addition, MapR supports other industry-standard interfaces like true read-write NFS and ODBC. These capabilities enable integration with partner products and customer-developed applications in ways not possible with alternate Hadoop distributions.
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MapR Partners provides achievement levels within each of the three Partner categories. The Partner program uses a three-tier system, providing Partners with opportunities to achieve higher levels of partnership by meeting specified program requirements in a specific time frame. The required time varies within each partner category. Benefits vary depending on the partner achievement level. The partnership investments are aligned to programs and market opportunities:
Elite - The Elite level is the highest achievement level within the program. An Elite Partner demonstrates a proven track record with MapR, a very high degree of business synergy, and has significant presence in multiple geographies. Elite Partners are global leaders in providing industry standards and have worldwide coverage. Partners at this level are assigned a named account manager with executive involvement, and enjoy a substantial commitment from MapR. Partnership at this level is by invitation only.
Preferred - Preferred level Partners provide industry-leading solutions to customers, and are committed to doing significant business with MapR. Partners at this level are established Partners with regional practices and have mature industry value-add and solution sets. Partner requirements are higher than the requirements at the Affiliate level.
Affiliate - The Affiliate level enables new Partners to begin their partnership with MapR and enables existing Partners to further develop their MapR business and demonstrate industry expertise. Partners at this level are required to meet minimum program guidelines to establish a relationship with MapR.