Micro Focus has announced the release of Operations Bridge – SaaS, which is a new offering that will provide SaaS support for the company’s AIOps platform. The company believes the new offering will provide organizations with complete observability, faster issue resolution, greater efficiency through automation, and the ability to transform data into insights. 

“To develop this new SaaS offering, the Micro Focus team took the best of our proven on-premises AIOps solution and made it SaaS simple,” said Rohit De Souza, SVP and GM of ITOM at Micro Focus. “And like our other SaaS offerings, Operations Bridge – SaaS includes flexible consumption and licensing models to reduce start-up costs for organizations, while providing built-in AI that does not need to be licensed, implemented or maintained separately.” 

Ingram Micro adds Datto’s Autotask PSA to cloud marketplace 

Autotask PDS is an IT management platform primarily for managed service providers (MSPs). MSPs who are already using Ingram Micro’s Cloud Marketplace will be able to easily obtain this solution from Datto. 

“We’re excited to partner with Ingram Micro Cloud on this Autotask PSA integration,” said Joseph Rourke, director of product management at Datto. “By partnering with leading technology companies and providing easy-to-use integrations, Ingram Micro Cloud enables businesses of all sizes to refocus and reallocate their saved time and energy on achieving and surpassing business objectives.”

Attivo Networks joins SentinelOne’s Singularity XDR Marketplace

Attivo’s Endpoint Detection Net (EDN) suite, which prevents attackers from moving laterally within systems or conduct reconnaissance, is now available on the marketplace. According to Attivo Networks, EDN can help reduce risks associated with credential theft, attacks against Active Directory, and privilege escalation. 

“A new report from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Attivo revealed that 50% of organizations experienced an attack on Active Directory in the last 1-2 years, with over 40% indicating the attack was successful,” said Carolyn Crandall, Chief Security Advocate at Attivo Networks. “The Attivo EDN suite perfectly complements the SentinelOne Singularity XDR platform by adding the ability to map how adversaries execute their attacks, deny them access to the data they seek, detect their activity quickly, and derail them with misinformation along each step of the attack.”