Interop 2019, an unbiased IT conference, hosted all levels of IT and business pros at the Mirage, Las Vegas, on May 20-23. The three-day event provided attendees a complete objective view of the things happening across all the IT disciplines.
It featured speakers from industry leaders like Google, Microsoft, IBM, Juniper Networks, Cisco, Delta Dental, and Red Hat.
Interop 2019: Top announcements
Having said that, below are the main announcements made at Interop 2019:
1. Winners of 2019 Best of Interop Awards
Interop announced the winners of its 2019 Best of Interop Awards to recognize the companies that made significant technological advancements with their innovative products.
2019 Best of Interop Awards Winners:
- Cloud— Edge Expander Cloud Module, Expanse
- DevOps— Datadog Synthetics, Datadog
- Infrastructure—Batfish Enterprise, Intentionet
- Security— Edge Expander Cloud Module, Expanse
- Emerging Vendor— 128 Technology
- Honorable Mention— IBM Multicloud Manager, IBM and ThousandEyes Multi-Cloud Network Intelligence, ThousandEyes
“A huge congratulations to this year’s award winners as well as all those who submitted,” said Meghan Reilly, General Manager, Interop. “These awards are a staple for Interop and continue to honor companies who push the envelope to better not only their organizations, but the industry as whole. Thank you all for your dedication and hard work in an everchanging and growing space.”
2. Kissflow Digital Workplace
The workflow management leader Kissflow launched an industry-first unified digital workplace platform called Kissflow Digital Workplace. The new solution combines the power of project management, process automation and team collaboration to streamline business workflows and enterprise productivity.
“Over the last six years, our world-class business process and workflow automation platform has enabled thousands of companies’ productivity processes across the globe,” said Kissflow’s CEO, Suresh Sambandam.
“We’ve now embarked on a greater mission of providing an intuitive product that unifies the entire spectrum of work. Our new no-code platform is built on the consumer scale capabilities coupled with enterprise-level security of Google Kubernetes Engine, which is flexible enough to enable a perfect orchestration between various microservices of Kissflow.”
3. Arcules adds ACaaS to its portfolio
Arcules added access control-as-a-service (ACaaS) to its portfolio that already includes Video-Surveillance-as-a-Service (VSaaS). The new solution will allow customers centrally manage access control effectively across geographically dispersed business locations in a single user interface, the company said.
4. Datadog’s SaaS-based monitoring and analytics platform
Datadog showcased a new monitoring and analytics platform for infrastructure, applications, logs, etc. Based on software-as-a-service (SaaS), the new solution is a unified platform to provide visibility into the performance of modern apps.
5. Expander Cloud module
Expanse showcased the new Edge Expander Cloud module that will enable enterprises to monitor their internet traffic flows for risky and out-of-policy communications.
6. Forward Enterprise platform
Forward Networks launched a new network verification platform called Forward Enterprise that enables network operators to query their network like a database.
7. IBM multi-cloud management solutions
IBM showcased its multi-cloud management solutions that can provide greater operational agility and power to identify, analyze and respond quickly to change in the hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
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The event witnessed many more innovative announcements for enterprises, which can be found here.
It will return next year as Interop 2020 in Las Vegas on May 4-7.
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