SolarWinds, is attending GISEC alongside its value-added distribution partner in the region, Spire Solutions. At the event, SolarWinds will showcase enhancements to SolarWinds Hybrid Cloud Observability, a comprehensive, integrated, and full-stack observability solution built to integrate data from across the IT ecosystem, including networks, servers, applications, databases, and more. Hybrid Cloud Observability was developed using the SolarWinds Secure by Design principles and a rigorous adherence to a multi-layer security framework.
“The shift to the cloud, hybrid IT, remote workforces, and the introduction of new tech tools has led to increasingly complex IT environments for organizations of all sizes and industries,” said Abdul Rehman Tariq, regional sales director, Middle East, SolarWinds. “As a result, IT pros are finding it far more challenging to manage and secure their environments. At GISEC 2023, we’ll showcase alongside our key partner, Spire Solutions, how SolarWinds Hybrid Cloud Observability can reduce IT complexity and provide the single-pane-of-glass visibility organizations need to build a cyber resilience strategy.”
Hybrid Cloud Observability now includes SolarWinds Security Event Manager (SEM) and SolarWinds Access Rights Manager (ARM), helping organizations better understand the complexities within their environments while providing real-time visibility to help detect and remediate security issues. This integration combines security-related events, metrics, and activities with the other data in Hybrid Cloud Observability and allows customer to monitor their security and compliance status on a dedicated security dashboard.
“Organizations need visibility across their IT environments to reduce the mean time needed to detect, alert on, and remediate security incidents,” said Muhammad Rehan, business unit head at Spire Solutions. “With SolarWinds, we’re helping customers ensure they always have a clear view of what’s happening within their environment, whether it’s on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid model.”