January 19, 2022
IT software company SolarWinds has acquired Monalytic, a monitoring, analytics, and professional services firm. The deal gives SolarWinds federal customers with around-the-clock support to help optimize and secure their dynamic IT environments.
The companies did not publicize the financial details of the transaction.
Monalytic has long been a trusted partner of SolarWinds, providing SolarWinds’ public sector customers with professional services, the company said. In addition, the firm offers training needed to generate peak performance of their mission-critical systems. Monalytic has experience in the installation of SolarWinds software in complex environments and the integration of SolarWinds with legacy systems. All Monalytic consultants are SolarWinds certified professionals and will continue to work alongside the SolarWinds partner ecosystem and network of resellers.
SolarWinds’ Sudhakar Ramakrishna
Sudhakar Ramakrishna is president and CEO of SolarWinds.
“We are thrilled to welcome the Monalytic team to SolarWinds. This acquisition will enhance our ability to serve our federal customers and partners,” Ramakrishna said. “In supporting our federal customers for over a decade, Monalytic has proven its ability to operate in the most secure environments and deliver fantastic value.”
This acquisition will help SolarWinds offer enhanced support to its federal customers with a simplified procurement process. As Ramakrishna embarks on his second year as president and CEO of SolarWinds, this acquisition serves as a proactive step to continue to improve the experience for the SolarWinds customers in federal government, the company said.
Public Sector Partner Impact
Monalytic brings 16 employees to SolarWinds and through the acquisition will continue to operate as a separate entity. These joint services and offerings are broadly available through SolarWinds customers’ preferred public sector partners.
Greg Fetterhoff is president of Monalytic.
“For existing Monalytic customers, nothing will change — it will only get better,” Fetterhoff said. “We will continue to help organizations perform at their peak and reap the benefits of their SolarWinds investment. It will be even easier for SolarWinds users to access our services. We will continue to team with the SolarWinds channel partners to meet program goals. And we will continue all operations, but with more resources to do it even better.”
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