Citrix completes the integration of the Sapho technology acquired this year into Workspace, and while Citrix offers many integrations with key apps out of the box, they also provide an SDK which will provide a rich opportunity for partners.
Both the Panzura Freedom cloud file services and Vizion.ai cloud data management and analytics service are now in the AWS Marketplace, which the company thinks will help channel partners as Panzura completes their transition to a 100% channel-led model.
The integration with the new service will speed up the time that MVISION Cloud for Amazon Web Services requires to map relationships between data indicating potential anomalies, and let humans collect the dots faster.
Volterra’s solution handles operational and security issues involving multi-cloud and edge deployments, and while their initial focus is on very large customers, the channel is already playing a key role, which will expand going forward.
The Trend Micro Cloud One platform will have six services, which will roll out during 2020, and while only one, from the recent acquisition of Cloud Conformity is brand new, the other services are all being redesigned to work together natively in a multi-cloud environment.
CoreView, which is aggressively engaged in expanding its channel business, has enhanced management and security with its Alpin acquisition, and released both a new version focused on reporting, and a free version that won’t expire.