Gigamon wins IT - Infrastructure award with network-derived intelligence and insights
The company was recognised in the SBR Technology Excellence Awards.
Gigamon is set to change the game in IT—specifically in helping organisations better secure and manage hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure.
Gigamon offers a deep observability pipeline that efficiently delivers network-derived intelligence and insights to an organisation’s cloud, security, and observability tools to eliminate security blind spots, reduce tool costs and help organisations deliver defence-in-depth and complete performance management.
The Gigamon Deep Observability Pipeline goes beyond current observability approaches that rely exclusively on the logging of metrics, events, logs, and traces (MELT). Gigamon extends the value of these tools with immutable network intelligence derived from packets, flows, and application metadata, enabling organisations to detect previously unseen threats.
This approach allows organisations to shift to a proactive security posture for their hybrid, multi-cloud environments by pinpointing threats and anomalies to mitigate risk exposure and expedite troubleshooting.
According to IDC, network-derived intelligence and insights provide an immutable source of truth that contributes strong value to security posture and practices when used in conjunction with log-based tools.
For this project, Gigamon received an award for IT - Infrastructure in the recently concluded SBR Technology Excellence Awards.
The annual SBR Technology Excellence Awards is the most prestigious awards programme for technological innovations, recognising exceptional companies in Singapore that are riding the digital disruption wave and leading the technological revolution and digital journeys of their respective industries.
In giving this award, the judging panel took into consideration the different milestones and projects of Gigamon.
In April 2023, Gigamon was recognised as the leading vendor in the deep observability market in 2022 with a 71% market share, according to market intelligence firm 650 Group.
According to 650 Group, revenue within the deep observability market is projected to reach $470M in 2023, up 60% from 2022. Furthermore, by 2027, the market is forecasted to reach $1.91B, a 52% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) with cloud and subscription-based offerings driving most of the revenue.
This was also about the increasing complexity associated with securing and managing hybrid and multi-cloud IT infrastructure. Increasingly, organisations must assume a proactive security posture to detect security threats so that vulnerabilities do not jeopardise their business operations.
Gigamon has a global ecosystem of technology alliance partners that include New Relic, AWS, Dynatrace, and Sumo Logic. Gigamon serves some of the world’s most demanding IT organisations including the U.S. Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin, Johns Hopkins Medical Institution, and Under Armour.
Owing to the value of the cloud, the company’s customers have been trusting the services of Gigamon for nearly 20 years since the company was founded in 2004.
Gigamon enables large organisations around the world to realise the full transformational promise of the cloud. This includes enhancing business agility, ensuring cloud security, and containing hybrid cloud cost and complexity.
Gigamon serves more than 4,000 customers worldwide, including over 80% of Fortune 100 enterprises, 9 of the 10 largest mobile network providers, and hundreds of governments and educational organisations worldwide.
The company’s mission is to empower organisations with hybrid cloud network-derived intelligence and insights so they can run fast, stay secure, and accelerate innovation.
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