M&A

splunk

Splunk to Acquire Observability Innovator and Leading Open Source Contributor Omnition

It’s been an eventful summer here at Splunk. In the past three months, I’ve had the chance to go on the road to get a first-hand look at how our customers are using the remarkable products and services our teams are delivering. Our team has been heads down building bleeding edge offerings we’ll unveil at .conf19, and the customer feedback has been overwhelmingly positive as I preview those releases.

rancher

And Then There Were Three -- IBM, VMWare, and Rancher

When we started Rancher in 2014, our vision was to enable enterprise IT to procure and utilize computing resources (“cattle”) from any infrastructure provider. We were extremely lucky to be able to leverage wonderful technologies like Kubernetes which made computing resources consistent across all infrastructure providers.

elastic

Welcome Perched: Security Training for SIEM, Threat Hunting, and More

Today, we are excited to announce that Perched, a training and consulting company focused on security analytics, threat hunting and security operations, has joined forces with Elastic. The Perched team will give Elastic's users training and consulting services for building advanced cybersecurity solutions using the Elastic Stack, including practitioner-level expertise for deploying, managing, and operating Elastic SIEM and Elastic's proposed acquisition of Endgame.

opslogix

Press Release: OpsLogix Acquires Approved Consulting

OpsLogix has acquired Approved Consulting, a recognized expert of professional and managed services in monitoring, automation and analytics for IT-operations. Providing edge competence for the Microsoft stack, both on-premises as well as in the cloud, OpsLogix and Approved will jointly expand their capabilities to support customers with a combined product and service portfolio to secure mission critical IT.

atlassian

What 20 acquisitions taught us about post-merger integration

Maybe your company just merged with another organization. Or perhaps you were a member of a group that was just bought out. Chances are you’ve been there: more than 75 percent of industries have become more concentrated since the late 1990s and the mergers and acquisitions boom is only expected to grow.

twistlock

One Chapter Ends, Another Begins

Today, Twistlock officially becomes part of Palo Alto Networks. This is the end of an amazing chapter in many of our lives, one that would never have been possible without the support and trust of you, our customers. From the very beginning, we knew we wanted to not just build a better enterprise security product but to be a better, genuine partner to our customers.