SolarWinds has launched SolarWinds ARM following the acquisition of 8MAN, an early stage Access Rights Management (ARM) solution company with technology that fits the SolarWinds model of easy-to-use products designed with the needs of the technology professional in mind. The acquisition of 8MAN and their technology and development team led to a subsequent product release that is another milestone advancing the SolarWinds commitment to arming technology professionals with the powerful software they need to solve today’s IT management challenges.
“We are focused on helping address our customers’ everyday IT management challenges—working to make sure our products are designed to work the way technology professionals need them to work. We understand the unique challenge security presents—and many organisations are focused primarily on external threats,” said Kevin Thompson, CEO, SolarWinds.
“We have products to help our customers with those external threats: Threat Monitor, Patch Manager, Backup, and Log & Event Manager. But, not all threats are external. SolarWinds ARM complements this portfolio by enabling IT professionals to centrally provision, deprovision, manage, and audit user access rights to their systems, data, and files while minimising exposure to insider threats. The acquisition of 8MAN gives us the ability to leverage their development and technology expertise in the German market and beyond, which will allow us to offer another new product in the SolarWinds mould. We will put their pricing and packaging into our go-to-market methodology that is focused on delivering products that are powerful, easy to use, and scalable—designed to give businesses the ability to protect their IT environments efficiently and cost-effectively.”
The new security software product, SolarWinds ARM, is an access rights management tool built to help IT and security admins manage user access, improve adherence to policy compliance, and automate user provisioning and deprovisioning while protecting themselves from malicious insider abuse.
“8MAN is pleased to join the SolarWinds family. This move was part of our strategic plan and allows us to take the next step in security innovation,” said Stephan Brack, CEO, 8MAN. “We built a solution that’s designed to help IT operations and security admins improve their security by managing user access, demonstrate compliance, and automate more time-consuming tasks like user provisioning and deprovisioning. Their technology expertise and growing security portfolio make SolarWinds a perfect fit to get this product distributed worldwide.”
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