Exertis Enterprise has expanded its distribution agreement with Progress, a provider of infrastructure management software.
Progress’ alerting and reporting capabilities ensures the availability and security of customers’ applications and websites, while allowing them to scale as their workloads change. Its software can also quickly expose ransomware and attacks against mission-critical applications, gain insight into network traffic, and resolve network performance issues.
Through the deal expansion, Exertis will have access to the Progress WhatsUp Gold IT infrastructure monitoring software and the Progress Flowmon network visibility and security solution, having previously offered the Progress Kemp LoadMaster load balancer system for many years.
Dominic Ryles (pictured), director of sales and commercial security at Exertis Enterprise, said: “We are looking forward to providing new and existing partners with access to world-class infrastructure solutions. Progress strengthens our security portfolio and the two new additions, Flowmon and WhatsUp Gold, gives us the opportunity to better service our partners and their customers with network detection and response (NDR) services and observability and monitoring tools.”
“We are expanding our very successful relationship with Exertis in the UK market,” said Phil Dunlop, general manager for EMEA at Progress. “We look forward to working with them and the Exertis partner ecosystem to grow market share for Progress’ portfolio of NDR and network observability solutions.”