Auvik has brought back a promo they ran last year, in collaboration with ten vendors in total, including competing RMMs. The low-cost program got a strong response last year, which the company is looking to replicate.
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 plan is to enhance the organically-developed Nutanix Flow later this year by integrating technology from the Netsil acquisition, which will add a critical cloud element by facilitating application visibility across multiple clouds.
Netsurion is looking to an integrated solution set of SD-WAN with SIEM and firewall security to significantly expand their TAM into new verticals, and is seeking to significantly expand their partner base to strengthen them in these new markets.
The latest venture from serial entrepreneur Etay Bogner, Meta Networks is a next-gen VPN replacement targeted at the 250-1000 seat market. They are just beginning to develop a channel of resellers and MSSPs.
Dell EMC isn’t becoming an SD-WAN vendor, but they will go to market with software partners integrated with their customized x86 adaption in the form of a networking platform, which is the first using the new Intel Xeon D-2100 processor.
Nutanix makes its second acquisition in little over a week, and with Minjar and Netsil combined, Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey says that Nutanix can build a next-generation control plane, with seamless movement between cloud stacks.