OpsRamp taps UK channel expertise in trio of AIOps reseller deals

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OpsRamp has announced three new partnerships in the UK, as the IT operations management firm moves to better support the AIOps needs of European businesses.

Expanding its market presence in the country, the vendor has struck deals with security and IT advisory and implementation firms Kedron UK, Tactile Technology and Maple Networks.

The trio will resell or use OpsRamp to manage client environments, meeting the growing need to efficiently monitor, manage and optimise complex hybrid IT infrastructure and support digital business initiatives, the company said.

The new partnerships follow hot on the heels of a record-breaking Q3 for OpsRamp, during which it signed multiple big deals in the US and EMEA.

“For OpsRamp, this is all about aggressively moving where our competitors are not in order to support the AIOps needs of European enterprises,” commented George Bonser, vice president of Sales, EMEA at OpsRamp.

Powered by artificial intelligence, OpsRamp’s software as a service (SaaS) platform is designed to help enterprise IT teams monitor and manage their cloud and on-premises infrastructure, offering hybrid infrastructure discovery and monitoring, event and incident management, as well as remediation and automation.

The IT operations management (ITOM) solution comes ready for any existing environment, the firm says, boasting pre-built integrations, APIs, as well as a host of tools to develop custom integrations with DevOps, ITSM, security and numerous other tools.

Now, with its three new UK partnerships, OpsRamp says it is seizing the opportunity to support under-served European enterprises that require AI-based visibility into the performance of cloud and on-premises infrastructure.

“With Kedron, Tactile and Maple Networks, we have found partners that thoroughly appreciate the IT challenges of local businesses and have formed relationships with many of the region’s IT leaders,” Bonser added. “We have hit the ground running with all three companies and anticipate significant traction in a short amount of time.”

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