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Spotlight21: Exabeam On Aggressive Cloud Journey

Exabeam is focused on equipping partners with the right offerings to help them and their customers.

Edward Gately

October 6, 2021

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EXABEAM SPOTLIGHT21 — Exabeam is all in on cloud and will deliver more cloud versions of its products in the next year.

That’s according to Mike DeCesare, Exabeam’s CEO and president. He gave the opening keynote during the company’s Spotlight21 virtual conference. He joined Exabeam in June.

The theme of Spotlight21 is “outsmart the odds.”


Exabeam’s Mike DeCesare

“Here at Exabeam, we have nearly 600 employees who wake up every day and are 100% focused on helping you outsmart the odds,” DeCesare said. “Specifically, we’re focused on delivering the best next-generation security information and event management (SIEM) and extended detection and response (XDR) solution in the industry.”

Exabeam wants to be a strong channel company, he said. That means equipping partners with the “right offerings to ensure you know how to sell, implement and in many cases manage our product on behalf of customers worldwide.”

Exabeam is on a cloud journey, DeCesare said.

“Two years ago, we delivered our first cloud-delivered version of Exabeam SIEM and Exabeam Fusion XDR,” he said. “Over the next year, we’ll be delivering more cloud-native versions across all of our products. This is never an easy transition and we recognize the growing pains that we’ve experienced as we make it through this transition. We’ve made incredible progress on this journey, much of which has been driven by your input.”

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Edward Gately

Senior News Editor, Channel Futures

As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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