Würth Phoenix becomes OEM partner of Elastic, manufacturer of the popular distributed search engine and analytics engine ElasticSearch. This means that customers of Würth Phoenix's NetEye 4 unified monitoring solution will have access to all of Elastic's products in the respective enterprise version.
For the collection of data from distributed sources, their analysis and processing, Elastic has gained an excellent reputation over the past years. The Elastic stack with its core ElasticSearch is in use in numerous companies. The unified monitoring solution NetEye from Würth Phoenix has also been using Elastic components for some time to provide functions such as log management, SIEM (Security Information and Event Management), ITOA or application performance management in real time and high quality.
In order to further expand the cooperation and to provide NetEye users with even more comprehensive data analysis options, Würth Phoenix and Elastic have now agreed on an OEM partnership. Elastic's solutions will thus be fully integrated into NetEye 4. This gives customers in the NetEye 4 Subscription Model access to all of Elastic's enterprise products. In Italy, Würth Phoenix is the first and so far the only OEM partner.
The Elastic stack is used by NetEye whenever data from many sensors has to be collected and evaluated in real time. This is especially the case when potentially security-relevant events are in the offing or when the function of business-critical applications is at risk. In these cases, the monitoring data must be prepared in such a way that administrators can quickly grasp the status of the systems. Any loss of time represents a risk that must be avoided.
Addressing the enterprise market
"We are pleased to be able to deepen our collaboration with Elastic," said Georg Kostner, Business Unit Manager at Würth Phoenix. "NetEye and Elastic stack are a great fit due to their open source foundation, giving enterprises the flexibility and security they need for their digital business models and processes. As an OEM partner, we are now able to offer our customers the paid enterprise versions of Elastic at very advantageous terms."
"The integration of innovative technologies such as Icinga2 or ntop in NetEye 4, which is now also based on Elasticsearch, are an extremely exciting offer especially for the enterprise market," confirms Markus Kloes, Solution Architect at Elastic.