Unified Service Intelligence is a less complex version of the core OpsRamp solution, will play in the midmarket as well as the enterprise, and is intended mainly to expose new prospects to the platform.
Liquidware sells entirely through channel partners, and uses a relatively small value channel because of their enterprise focus. Their solution works in any desktop environment, however, so they are on the lookout for potential new partners at Microsoft events.
Gigamon introduced inline 1Gb and 10Gb encryption on their security platform earlier this year. Now they have upgraded this to support faster 40Gb and 100 Gb networks, which they also think will encourage 100 Gb adoption.
Netgear’s new smart cloud offering provides a free app and a free subscription for a basic version. New switches and APs are required though, and a paid version with unlimited device support and additional features will be available early next year.
Available in two tiers, from basic Monitoring to the more aggressive Active Response, SentinelOne also plans to expand the service to allow partners to provide the basic support, while SentinelOne does the Tier Two.
There has been a six month lag between D&H signing on Cisco Meraki in the U.S. and its availability in Canada, but the company thinks their partners – many of whom haven’t been selling cloud at all – will find it worth the wait.