DALLAS, TX, Sept. 19, 2017 — StackPath, a provider of a platform of secure internet services built at the cloud's edge, has initiated two programs to support the tech community: StackPath Propel and StackPath Amp.
“The average life of a public company is 12 years. That means most companies were startups less than a few years ago. Everyone has to start somewhere and, at StackPath, we believe that it is important to support the tech community, especially startups and developers,” said Lance Crosby, StackPath founder, CEO and chairman. “Our StackPath Propel and StackPath Amp programs provide startups and developers by building protection and performance into their cloud solutions and apps. We are security and content delivery experts so they don’t have to be.”
The StackPath Propel and StackPath Amp programs provide security and delivery expertise in many ways, including business and technical guides, hosting online communities and local meet-ups so the tech community can share experience and insights, and providing support and mentorship. StackPath has hired industry experts to drive these efforts led by James Leaverton, co-founder and vice president of ecosystem development:
“Joshua and Justin have deep ties to, and connections in, the tech community and believe in the StackPath ‘give-first’ ethos” said Leaverton. “Having a strong ecosystem and being relevant and used by the companies of tomorrow will be paramount to our success.”
StackPath is a platform of secure internet services built at the cloud's edge. StackPath services enable developers at organizations of any size to build protection and performance into any cloud-based solution—from SaaS to web publishing, gaming, media streaming and beyond—without needing cloud security and delivery expertise of their own. More than 800,000 customers, ranging from early-stage enterprises to Fortune 100 organizations, use StackPath services. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, StackPath has offices across the U.S. and around the world. For more information, visit stackpath.com and follow StackPath at www.fb.com/stackpathllc and www.twitter.com/stackpath.