Riverbed, Teneo’s long-standing strategic alliance partner, has this week launched a broad strategy to deliver industry-leading Unified Observability to its global customers. Key to this strategy is the expansion of Riverbed’s Unified Observability portfolio, which will bring together data, insights, and actions to provide seamless, high-performing, and secure digital experiences.
Reflecting the evolution of the company and technology, Riverbed has also launched a new brand identity, including the introduction of two industry-leading portfolios: Riverbed Acceleration, and Alluvio by Riverbed (for Unified Observability). This follows the reunification of Riverbed and Aternity, which had previously been operating independently.
Brett Ayres, Teneo’s Services Director said: “The seismic shifts to hybrid work and networks, multi-cloud environments, and modern application architectures, has made it difficult for Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) leaders to extract meaningful insights from data and proactively manage performance using existing monitoring tools.
“The launch of Alluvio by Riverbed, the company’s Unified Observability software portfolio, is designed to solve these problems. It will provide I&O leaders with a unified view to cut through complexity, transform data into actionable insights and drive business performance.”
“This is an exciting new chapter for Riverbed and we are looking forward to introducing Teneo customers to the wide-ranging benefits of the Alluvio by Riverbed portfolio.”
Join the Riverbed webinar, The True Value of Observability, on 11 May. Learn what insights observability can provide to help you ensure you meet your greatest business goals. Find out more and secure your place.
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