NETSCOUT has received what amounts to a renewal of its Citrix Ready certification, but this is coincidentally timed with changes in how their Arbor Networks security division goes to market, which will have channel implications.
As Logic Monitor gears up to launch a channel program and a partner portal, it unveils a new Kubernetes service, and another with a services-based focus that monitors resources together in logical groups.
The Sumo Logic expansion of their GCP capabilities brings their GCP support up to the same level as their support for AWS and Azure, making it easier for partners to effectively provide a full multi-cloud strategy.
Montreal-based Accedian sold mainly direct and to service providers until their acquisition of a French company late last year. Now they can target the enterprise and midmarket, and will use a select channel to reach these new types of customers.
The JetStream technology, which leverages the VMware IO Filter API, has its roots in a company called FlashSoft, which was acquired by SanDisk, was part of the WD acquisition of SanDisk, and has now been spun out into a focused software company.
Sumo Logic becomes the first machine data analytics vendor to unify both structured and unstructured data, significantly expanding their market opportunities, and providing a broader range of service offerings for partners.
BitMICRO, which has transitioned their emphasis from the much smaller military SSD market, is focusing on high capacity drives as one of their key differentiators, and the new Z-Series SSDs go up to 8.8 TB.