Symantec had already been partnered with the Israeli-based startup, which has only been selling for a couple of quarters, and following the signing of some very large deals, they decided to acquire them.
vArmour raises another $44 million in a Series E funding round to address what they see as a massive opportunity, and are investing most of it in sales and marketing resources as a result, including hiring a resident person in Canada for the first time.
ServiceNow’s Canadian general manager Marc LeCuyer talked with ChannelBuzz about the company’s momentum in Canada, broadening its offerings to digitize workflows and enhance customer experience, with the growth in their channel business playing a critical role.
Unitrends now leverages the Kaseya IT Complete suite, and will pay both higher margins on the initial sale of a Unitrends solution, and a full recurring revenue share for any Kaseya IT Complete solution that customer buys, ever.
RapidFire Tools also sees the new offering’s platform as being one that can handle multiple compliance regimes. It already supports GDPR, and they intend to roll out additional regulatory support this year.
As part of the enhanced relationship with Google, Palo Alto Networks will now run their Application Framework and GlobalProtect cloud service in the Google Cloud, as they believe its analytics capabilities are the best fit for these applications.
Just in time for AWS Re:Invent next week, Druva CloudRanger, the AWS-focused component within the Druva data protection portfolio, has unveiled new enhancements, which they will be displaying at the event.
Commvault has had their Activate solution for discovery of data available for a while, but is formally launching it now, as a core component of their simplified four product area portfolio, and says that it will be a strong product for channel partners.
The acquisition immensely strengthens Kaseya’s compliance offerings, and they immediately announced a new compliance solution from the RapidFire technology, which was sufficiently important that they delayed announcement of the acquisition for two months, until the new product was ready.
Helios is the first SaaS-based application on top of the Cohesity platform, something that was always part of the company’s vision, and which provides new data and app orchestration and management capabilities.
The OpenText CEO kicked off his company’s flagship event by situating their corporate vision and strategy within the context of the massive changes in the industry that have taken place over the last year, and situating OpenText’s major announcement at the event within the context of that strategy.
ITernity has many ISV integrations, and a 100 per cent channel strategy, but its participation in the HPE Complete program to drive business through HPE and their channel is critical to their strategy.