Press Release: UMBRiO and StackState Partner to Deliver New Products and Services to Splunk Customers
Heidi Gilmore· 1 min read
Erik Witte (left), founder and chief vision officer, UMBRiO, with Toffer Winslow, CEO, StackState
UMBRiO’s deep Splunk expertise and StackState’s topology-powered observability platform combine to unlock untapped value of business and IT data for enterprise customers
MAARSSEN, NETHERLANDS & BOSTON – June 23, 2022 – Managed service provider UMBRiO and StackState, the only topology-powered observability company, have signed a partnership agreement. The new contract formalizes a long-standing collaboration between the two companies to deliver innovative products and services to Splunk customers. The partnership agreement also provides a framework for the development of new solutions that combine the services and technologies of both companies.
As a Splunk Elite Partner, UMBRiO has developed world-class expertise in helping enterprise customers realize value from their data. The new partnership with StackState makes it easier for these customers to realize new benefits from this data with StackState’s observability software solution. With the help of UMBRiO’s expert services to deploy and manage StackState, customers can further leverage their data stored in Splunk and other repositories to get a unified, topology-centered view of their dynamic IT environments. This enables them to find and fix problems faster, reduce alert noise and fully understand the business impact of IT problems.
High Quality Data and Insightful Observability Ensure Maximum IT System Uptime
“Because the IT stack has become so complex, organizations need to invest in new capabilities to ensure they can continue to innovate and effectively manage new challenges,” said Erik Witte, founder and chief vision officer, UMBRiO. “IT organizations need better insights to ensure they can be responsive and even proactive in their management, and that is what the partnership between UMBRiO and StackState is all about. Together, we ensure that organizations have high-quality data – whether from Splunk or other sources - based on which they can rapidly take the right decisions. That same data fuels StackState’s topology-powered observability platform. I look forward to strengthening the collaboration with StackState and to us making a positive difference, together, for our mutual customers.”
“Customers want solutions, not just clever new tools, to deal with the complexity resulting from constant change, coupled with rapidly-evolving technologies,” said Toffer Winslow, CEO, StackState. “UMBRiO’s consulting capabilities and managed data services, when combined with our topology-powered observability software platform, make it possible for customers to embrace this complexity with confidence, and leverage the data they have in Splunk to innovate even faster.”
UMBRiO supports organizations in making relevant, real-time and accurate information available from business data. This enables organizations to anticipate quickly as well as make organization-critical decisions. In this way the IT department operates more efficiently, it is able to continuously optimize security and better support the business. At the same time, the business has access to specific dashboards containing the right information anywhere and anytime.
UMBRiO is part of the Proximus Group and has sixty employees, forty of whom have a Splunk specialization. The company is an Elite Splunk partner and market leader in the Benelux in terms of the deployment of data analytics for observability and cybersecurity. For more information, visit www.UMBRiO.com or LinkedIn.
StackState, the only topology-powered observability company, delivers a new and essential capability for managing today's complex hybrid, cloud and container environments.
Our unique approach provides a complete picture of the state of your stack and the intelligence you need to quickly find, fix and prevent problems. Leading enterprises like Accenture, Vodafone, KPN and Danske Bank rely on StackState to ensure the performance and reliability of their business-critical services. For more information, visit us on the web and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.
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