SolarWinds, a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, has announced its participation at GISEC Expo & Conference from May 31 to June 2, 2021 in Dubai, UAE. SolarWinds President and Chief Executive Officer, Sudhakar Ramakrishna, will deliver a keynote address at GISEC, and the company will be represented by key Partner Spire to exhibit the SolarWinds IT operations management, ITOM, product portfolio.
SolarWinds President and Chief Executive Officer, Sudhakar Ramakrishna, will deliver a keynote address at GISEC on June 2 2021 entitled, “SolarWinds: Secure by Design.” Ramakrishna will share his unique perspective following the cyberattack against SolarWinds to help the industry better protect against and prevent similar attacks in the future.
At GISEC, Spire will showcase the SolarWinds ITOM products with demos for technology professionals exploring innovations that will help them streamline IT management.
Spire will also share best practices on how IT pros and business leaders across the Middle East and North Africa can determine whether their existing ITOM solutions can support the vast array of technical challenges their organisations embraced in the last year to accommodate remote network access and remote work initiatives in the long term. In 2021, as organisations conquer the next normal and revisit the technologies they adopted last year, organisations must monitor them to ensure they work as expected and adjust as needed to keep up with the pace of change.
SolarWinds believes a comprehensive portfolio of ITOM tools is essential to today’s evolving business challenges and has built a broad portfolio of connected products designed for monitoring and managing IT and to work together to deliver full visibility and control across multi-premises and multi-cloud architectures.
“We hope sharing of our learnings about the cyberattack serves our customers—as well as the broader IT industry given the common development practices in the industry and our belief transparency and cooperation are our industry’s best tools to help prevent and protect against future attacks,” said Ramakrishna. “We see an opportunity to help lead an industry-wide effort we believe will position SolarWinds as a model for secure software environments, development processes, and products.”