Infoblox 3.0 is a vision and a strategy, not a new product set, but it’s an important vision and strategy, which provides an integrated cloud-native management console for their on-prem and cloud products alike.
Cisco’s ‘Future Cloud’ event today also introduces multiple additional cloud capabilities, including Cisco Service Mesh Manager, the expansion of Cisco Cloud ACI into GCP, and a new ThousandEyes integration with the Cisco Catalyst 8000 Edge Series for SD-WAN and Cisco Nexus 9000 switches.
The rapid growth of Microsoft 365 has pushed Martello’s business, which once was largely focused around Mitel, in a Microsoft direction, so they have remade their partner program to support the business they see as the future of the company.
The new product is new machine-learning based firewalls, aimed at both datacentres and branch offices, and giving Palo Alto Networks its first sub-$1000 models, in a move explicitly designed to challenge Fortinet’s dominance in that part of the market.
Cloud Application Protection 2.0 adds client-side protection, container protection, a new engine to make things simpler for customers with security recommendations, and a new bundle of threat intelligence solutions.
Cohesity’s Microsoft 365 BaaS product is coming to market later than some competitors, and while they acknowledge their partners are likely selling one of those offerings today, they think theirs will have advantages that will convince them to switch.
The Nerdio Partnerd Program has four tiers, with tier level determined by a combination of the number of Nerdio customers the end user has, and the number of engineers who have completed the new certifications also being announced.