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ManageEngine and WatchGuard Technologies seal partnership in gold

02 Jun 17

ManageEngine has joined the ranks of WatchGuard Technologies as a Gold Technology Alliance Partner.

According to the real-time IT management company, its firewall reporting tool (Firewall Analyser) and WatchGuard Technologies’ firewall appliances now work seamlessly together to allow small to midsize companies (SMBs) and distributed enterprises to effectively report, manage, and mitigate their exposure to security risks.

Director of product management at ManageEngine, Dev Anand says the company is excited with what lies ahead.

“Together, Firewall Analyzer and WatchGuard firewalls allow administrators to better mitigate threats through comprehensive network security reporting and visibility,” says Anand.

“In today’s rapidly changing security landscape, this level of monitoring, analysis and reporting is essential.”

ManageEngine affirms companies around the world are currently employing its Firewall Analyser to gain access to detailed insights into the bandwidth and security related aspects of their network.

The web-based software is agentless and built for for traffic analysis, bandwidth monitoring, and firewall reporting. ManageEngine says it is a core member of ITOM solutions and positioned for enterprise scalability and also performs change management and compliance auditing.

Technology Alliance product manager at WatchGuard Technologies, Ben Oster says they’re thrilled to count ManageEngine as a Gold Technology Alliance Partner

“This integration offers administrators an incredible amount of visibility into their systems,”

“Application control goes deeper with detailed usage reports, while change management, security reporting, event trends, and a detailed compliance report for firewall configuration creates an immediate ROI for customers to present back to their stakeholders,” Oster concludes.

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