SolarWinds showcasing Unified Monitoring and Management Portfolio at GITEX

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Ludovic Neveu

SolarWinds is exhibiting at the GITEX Technology Week in Dubai and showcasing the latest updates of their SolarWinds Orion Platform and its end-to-end hybrid IT management portfolio, which help today’s technology professionals monitor, troubleshoot, and improve hybrid IT performance.

According to the 2018 SolarWinds IT Trends Report: The Intersection of Hype and Performance, technology professionals are prioritizing investments in hybrid IT and cloud computing more than any other technology, with 94 percent of respondents surveyed saying that hybrid IT and cloud are one of the top five most important technologies to their organizations’ IT strategy today.

“Today’s technology professionals are managing increasingly complex and distributed environments, which in turn, requires a solution that provides end-to-end visibility into overall performance,” said Ludovic Neveu, group vice president, sales, SolarWinds, Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). “We believe that investing in a centralized, standardized, integrated IT monitoring and management platform is vital amid today’s multi-faceted IT infrastructures. The SolarWinds Orion Platform is designed to meet those challenges and aims to help technology professionals see the bigger picture by quickly identifying performance issues and correlations between all the layers—from application to spindle—of the technology stack.”

SolarWinds Head Geek Sascha Giese, along with other technical experts, will demonstrate the latest updates and enhancements to the SolarWinds Orion unified IT monitoring and management platform at its Booth A8-20 during the GITEX Technology Week.

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