March 05, 2013
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 5 — Sumo Logic, the next-generation log management and analytics company, and Besol, the Spain-based cloud services broker and creator of Tapp.in, today announced a partnership to bring powerful cloud-based machine data analysis, monitoring and visualization to service providers and enterprises across Europe and in the United States. Through the partnership and integration, Tapp.in customers will now be able to leverage the highly-scalable Sumo Logic service to analyze machine data and uncover patterns and deep insights about their applications and operational infrastructure.
"We're carefully selecting best-of-breed solutions to integrate into our cloud brokerage platform to provide our customers with a broad set of services that drive real business value," said Hector Rodriguez, CEO of Besol. "Sumo Logic was the natural choice over legacy on-premise solutions to help Besol bring this unprecedented level of machine data insight and flexibility to our customers."
The partnership brings log management, data analytics and increased business insight to Besol's portfolio of service provider and enterprise customers throughout Europe and the United States. Beginning immediately, Tapp.in customers will benefit from an augmented Sumo Logic Free offer along with the ability to seamlessly upgrade to the powerful Sumo Logic Enterprise service, as demand for additional data analytics capabilities increases.
"Our cloud solution drives critical benefits like lower TCO and rapid time-to-value," commented Sumo Logic CEO Vance Loiselle. "The integration with Besol's cloud brokerage service will deliver our unique log management service to an extensive IaaS network throughout Europe, helping to improve the depth of insight Besol customers can derive from all of their machine data."
Sumo Logic helps enterprise IT professionals search, analyze, monitor, and visualize big data in real time, enabling application and infrastructure troubleshooting within data center, cloud and hybrid environments. As a native cloud solution, Sumo Logic eliminates the need for on-premise log management equipment and dedicated personnel, delivering a petabyte-scale platform that gives companies immediate access to valuable operational insights. With Sumo Logic, organizations benefit from rapid time-to-value and do away with expensive professional services and costly deployment models.
Tapp is a leading provider of cloud infrastructure management and cloud brokerage across multiple IaaS providers. Tapp makes it easy for companies to deploy their infrastructure and manage their servers in hybrid cloud setups with the ability to seamlessly migrate between public cloud providers with a truly unique and highly-visual user experience. Tapp also provides DNS administration, Auto Scaling, Disaster Recovery, cost control, load balancing, wizards and application performance management. Tapp is currently compatible with the largest IaaS vendors, integrates and partners with world's best-of-breed cloud infrastructure SaaS offerings and was named 2012 Cool Vendor by Gartner in Cloud Services Brokerage Enablers and selected finalist in GigaOM's 2012 Structure Europe.
About Sumo Logic
Sumo Logic is the next generation log management and analytics company that leverages Big Data for real-time IT insights. The company's cloud-based service provides customers with real-time interactive analytics at unprecedented petabyte scale. The Sumo Logic service is powered by patent-pending Elastic Log Processing and LogReduce technologies, and transforms log data into actionable insights for IT operations, application management, and security and compliance teams. Unlike expensive and complex premise-based solutions, the Sumo Logic service has a low TCO, can be deployed instantly, scales elastically and requires zero maintenance. The company is based in Silicon Valley and is backed by Accel Partners, Greylock Partners and Sutter Hill Ventures.
Source: Sumo Logic
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