SolarWinds is introducing an inside out view into cloud environments to help DevOps professionals gain unmatched visibility across the internal aspects of cloud environments — metrics, traces, and logs, plus an external view of the user experience.
The enhanced functionality within SolarWinds’ products Pingdom, AppOptics, Papertrail, and Loggly can be used individually to provide visibility into cloud-based infrastructure and application performance or used together as a DevOps toolkit to maintain 360-degree visibility into cloud monitoring.
LogicMonitor launched expanded capabilities to LM Cloud to support Google Cloud Platform. Companies that have invested in multi-cloud deployments can now comprehensively view the health, performance, usage and spend of all public cloud investments, including Google Cloud Platform (GCP), in a single view using LogicMonitor’s enhanced LM Cloud solution.
GCP joins Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure as cloud platform technologies supported by LogicMonitor’s hybrid monitoring platform.
IBM and Red Hat announced that the companies have reached a definitive agreement under which IBM will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Red Hat.
IGEL announced the availability of the latest version of IGEL OS, version 10.05.100. With this release, IGEL is expanding its support for third-party hardware and software solutions, bringing new analytics and graphics-intensive multimedia capabilities to the IGEL OS.
New Relic opened its first European Region, located in Frankfurt, Germany.
Zenoss announced a strategic expansion into the infrastructure operations management market in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through its first system integrator partnership with Saudi Telecom Solutions (STCS).
SolarWinds released the new Application Performance Monitor (APM) powered by AppOptics.
Virtual Instruments introduced VirtualWisdom 6.0, a hybrid infrastructure management and AIOps platform.
Software AG and Eurotech announced a new collaboration in which Eurotech’s latest release of Everyware Software Framework (ESF) added out-of-the-box connectivity with Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT.
Zenoss announced a solution and reseller partnership with Ixtel. The company is widening its global footprint after seeing strong demand across the Middle East.
IBM launched a new open technology designed to make it easier to manage, move and integrate apps across different cloud computing infrastructures. IBM's Multicloud Manager provides an operations console for companies as they increasingly incorporate public and private cloud capabilities with existing on-premises business systems.
BMC announced BMC AMI, automated mainframe intelligence solutions that will deliver higher performing, self-managing mainframe environments to meet the growing demands created by digital business growth.
Gigamon launched the Gigamon Community, designed for users, customers, partners and Gigamon employees to come together to ask technical or product questions, provide an opportunity to contribute answers, and collaborate on best practices across the Gigamon security and networking solution portfolio.
ManageEngine announced the launch of voice assistant and geo-fencing features for Desktop Central, its unified endpoint security and management solution.
ServiceNow will partner with NTT Communications to open two new cloud services data centers in Tokyo and Osaka to serve Japanese customers. They are expected to be complete in the first half of 2019.
Zenoss begins its expansion into Spain in collaboration with SilverStorm, a pioneer in implementing technology in the country.
Apica has named Peter Tollgård as the CEO to support the company’s growth, marketing strategies, and core focus on customer experience management.
CA Technologies marked a major milestone in the company’s autonomous strategy with the availability of CA Digital Experience Insights which is now combined with the power of CA Operational Intelligence and CA Automic Service Orchestration. Together they form the new CA Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) platform, to enable IT teams to automate and eliminate key tasks and make self-healing applications a reality.
FusionStorm launched a new offering, Artificial Intelligence as a Service (AIaaS).
AIaaS will help companies leverage the power of AI through an end-to-end solution that goes far beyond simply providing the relevant hardware, into the realm of solving tangible business problems. AIaaS can help with everything from data cleaning to modeling and ensuring code is scalable. FusionStorm’s approach combines hardware, software, and services to drive AI to its customers.
Sumo Logic announced the establishment of a subsidiary, Sumo Logic Japan KK.