ExtraHop Networks' EH1000v virtual appliance is now certified and available for the Cisco Unified Computing System Express (UCS-E).
SolarWinds launched a Japanese version of its flagship network management product, SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor (NPM).
In late 2011, SolarWinds announced it was expanding its presence in the Japanese market by making key investments, including creating a Japanese language website, the translation and localization of its products, and creating a dedicated, native Japanese-speaking support team.
SolarWinds has partnered with Marubeni Information Systems, Daikin Industries, Mitsuiwa Corporation, and Jupiter Technology to resell SolarWinds products in Japan.
CA Technologies announced its CA AppLogic cloud platform is now available to channel partners in the US via the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, a transactional, online marketplace where solution providers and MSPs can shop, procure, provision and obtain invoices for their cloud services directly from Ingram Micro.
Appnomic Systems named Persistent Systems, a provider of outsourced software product development (OPD) services, the first partner in its AppsOne Application Migration Program.
ManageEngine introduced its newest must-have mobile app for IT teams, Applications Manager for iPhone.
Nastel Technologies introduced its AutoPilot SaaS deployment option to offer enterprises a choice in how they deploy their application performance monitoring solution - on-premise or off and to help these organizations lower costs and gain more flexibility and control over distributed application environments.
Fluke Networks introduced the OneTouch AT Network Assistant, a new tool for network technicians that automates troubleshooting of the most common end-user issues in less than a minute, greatly reducing the time it takes to close network trouble tickets and ensure end-user satisfaction.
Apica has acquired the advanced web load and stress testing tool Proxy Sniffer.
HP today expanded its Converged Cloud portfolio with new offerings - including HP Application Performance Management 9.2 for Converged Cloud - that extend the power of the cloud across infrastructure, applications and information, enabling enterprises to accelerate innovation and enhance agility.
In recognition of World IPv6 launch, the Compuware APM platform now supports IPv6 across its product brands — Gomez and dynaTrace.
HP announced enhancements to its Information Optimization Solutions portfolio, designed to help organizations capitalize on the explosion of information, including operational, application and machine data.
Zenoss has joined the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS).
Quest Software has introduced Quest Workspace Desktop Virtualization 7.6 to enable corporations to ready their virtual desktop environments for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 today and have added other key technology advancements to their User Workspace Management portfolio.
New Relic announced a new partnership with VM Farms Inc., the Operations-as-a-Service fully managed hosting company offering application management and scaling services.
BlazeMeter, a provider of the load testing JMeter cloud, announced that services now include high-volume testing of interactive Facebook applications.
Site24x7, a website and web application monitoring service from Zoho Corp., announced the immediate availability of the Site24x7 app for Android.
Evolven has released Evolven 4.0, the latest release of the Evolven change and configuration management solution.
OPNET Technologies announced that it has completed the acquisition of Clarus Systems, a privately held software company headquartered in Redwood City, California. The acquisition expands OPNET’s product portfolio for application and network performance management.
SolarWinds released version 3.0 of IP Address Manager (IPAM). SolarWinds IPAM gives IT professionals’ detailed visibility and management of their IP infrastructures, helping them better manage their networks and minimize downtime.
Quest Software extends support for Android, iPad, iPhone devices and Macs with new and updated Quest Management Xtensions (QMX) solutions, which extend Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager capabilities to over 120 non-Microsoft platforms.