Topic: untangle

ITOps Times news digest: Open Telemetry to use observIQ’s log agent, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications, and Untangle’s new Channel Partner Portal

Open Telemetry will be using observIQ’s log agent Stanza as a key component for log collection. Several members of observIQ’s team will join the Open Telemetry as project maintainers.  “We are thrilled to integrate observIQ’s Stanza log agent into the OpenTelemetry Project,” said Morgan McLean, co-founder of OpenTelemetry. “observIQ’s contribution to the logs portion of … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Untangle extends Bitdefender partnership, EnGenius’ new AP, and Xilinx joins Open RAN Policy Coalition

Network security company Untangle has announced that it extended its partnership with security company Bitdefender. The extended partnership will focus on endpoint monitoring and management.  Customers will now be able to manage endpoints that are protected with Bitdefender Cloud Security for MSP within the Untangle Command Center.   “At Untangle, we are laser focused on building … continue reading

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ITOps Times news digest: Untangle and Webroot integration, GlobalSign joins DocuSign partner ecosystem, and HiveIO announces hybrid cloud Desktop-as-a-Service

Untangle and Webroot have announced a new product integration. With this integration, Untangle’s NG Firewall will combine with Webroot Business Endpoint Protection to give customers comprehensive end to end security.  Previously, the two companies had come together when Webroot provided security services with Untangle NG Firewall.  “Untangle has been progressively partnering more with Webroot over … continue reading

Untangle wants to bring network to edge with SD-WAN router and eSeries releases

Network security company Untangle announced that it is extending the network to the edge with the release of the Untangle SD-WAN Router and new eSeries appliances. The new Untangle SD-WAN Router allows users to to branch office networking to meet the needs of small offices with budget restrictions, the company explained. “Businesses are now commonly … continue reading

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