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M&A

datadog

Datadog acquires Cloudcraft

A well-designed cloud architecture is essential to ensure that the underlying infrastructure stays operational, within budget, and compliant over time. These days, organizations are rapidly spreading their infrastructure across a broad, complex mesh of interconnected resources and services. It can be difficult to make high-level decisions about the design and management of these systems. This is why many organizations are now turning to cloud infrastructure modeling tools.

auvik

Expanding the Definition of the Network with Saaslio & Boardgent

Welcome to the last mile of the office network! I’m thrilled to extend our warmest welcome to two new additions to the Auvik family—Saaslio and Boardgent. Combining their product feature set and industry expertise with Auvik, will extend our capabilities to provide a unique toolset designed to solve problems for MSPs and internal IT departments—and effectively manage the end-user experience regardless of location and which applications are being used.

AIOps Provider ScienceLogic Acquires Machine Learning Analytics Provider Zebrium to Provide At-A-Glance Root Cause Visibility

Moving toward its goal of freeing up resources of enterprise IT teams and optimizing digital experiences, AIOps and hybrid-cloud IT management provider ScienceLogic has acquired machine learning analytics firm Zebrium to automatically find the root cause of complex, modern (i.e., containerized, cloud-native) application problems.
grafana

Grafana k6 one year later: Lessons learned after an acquisition

A few years ago, I was meeting with venture capitalists and private equity firms about the future of k6, the open source performance testing tool that we created in 2016 and open sourced in 2017. After talking about the k6 product mission — to give modern engineering teams better tools to build reliable applications — one investor challenged us to create an even bigger vision for the company: What if we acquired a company to broaden the k6 story?

servicenow

The future of observability is cloud-native and unified

Building modern, cloud-native applications introduces new challenges to teams and organizations. As these systems grow and scale, struggles abound: inconsistent performance monitoring experiences across siloed tools, wasteful performance management practices with duplicated efforts, and mounting frustration from colleagues and customers. Surmounting these challenges requires multiple sources of data and truly unified observability.

nexthink

5 Technology Challenges of Mergers & Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions are complex. So complex, in fact, that up to 90% fail. One of the biggest risks for M&A failure comes during technology integration. At this stage, enterprise security, compliance, and employee productivity can all be irreparably disrupted. IT needs to walk a fine line between staying on schedule and maintaining stability.

Park Holidays UK relies on IGEL to support ambitious M&A growth strategy, cloud adoption and use of Microsoft 365

IGEL announces today that Park Holidays UK is using its technology as a company-wide strategic solution to support an ambitious M&A growth strategy, offer access to applications running in the cloud and allow the introduction of video conferencing for all staff leveraging Microsoft Teams.
datadog

Datadog acquires Seekret

APIs are integral to the success of modern enterprises across a wide range of industries, such as finance, logistics, and manufacturing. They not only enable developers to build powerful business solutions by integrating with external applications, but also facilitate communication between internal services. This means that the ability to build reliable, highly-performant APIs—and govern their behavior and performance—is more important than ever.

N-able

Thinking Smarter About M&A-Are you secure?

With the continued focus in our space on the movement from MSP to MSSP, it’s crucial to remember that products alone don’t necessarily make you an MSSP. For smaller customers, although you might be able to provide a range of security solutions (like EDR and backup) and compliment these with an RMM to provide insight and control over end user devices, this is not enough to call yourself an MSSP.