The news arrives as the company officially phases out both the N-able and LOGICnow brands, effective immediately. Austin, Texas-based parent company SolarWinds Worldwide LLC turned those two companies into a single entity named SolarWinds MSP in June following its acquisition of LOGICnow.
The formally merged SolarWinds MSP product family now includes two RMM platforms, an on-premises solution named MSP N-central that’s based on SolarWinds N-able’s N-central product and a software-as-a-service offering named MSP Remote Monitoring & Management (RMM) based on LOGICnow’s MAX RM product.
Other former LOGICnow products bear new names as of today as well. MAX Backup & Disaster Recovery, for example, has been re-dubbed MSP Backup & Recovery, while MAX Risk Intelligence, the vulnerability scanning and risk assessment solution LOGICnow introduced in February, has become MSP Risk Intelligence.
SolarWinds MSP plans to roll out a new edition of MSP N-central at an unspecified point later this year. It will also integrate that product more closely with MSP Backup & Recovery, integrate N-central’s MSP Connect desktop remote control tool with MSP RMM, and tighten the connections between MSP RMM and MSP Risk Intelligence.
In addition, new agentless monitoring functionality due later this year will equip MSP N-central and MSP RMM users to manage routers, printers, and firewalls in the cloud along with workstations.
SolarWinds MSP executives will make additional product and roadmap announcements at MAX 2016, the partner event it will host in Edinburgh, Scotland, next month. Those will include further unification of MSP N-central and MSP RMM, according to information sent by the company to ChannelPro in response to emailed questions.
“The progress the SolarWinds MSP team has achieved in such a short period of time is monumental, and we have received outstanding feedback from our partners and growing interest from MSPs looking to scale their services and success,” said general manager John Pagliuca in a separate press statement.
According to SolarWinds MSP, that progress includes uniting the SolarWinds N-able and LOGICnow operations, marketing, product management, R&D, and support teams; training field and inside sales personnel on the newly unified product portfolio; and giving MSP N-central users access to MSP Risk Intelligence and MSP Backup & Recovery.
The company says it has been adding 300 new partners a month amid all those transitions as well.
Pagliuca assumed his current role atop SolarWinds MSP two weeks ago following the departure of managing director Alistair Forbes. His leadership team now includes senior vice president of sales and customer operations JP Jauvin, vice president of marketing Stacy West, and vice president of sales and customer retention Mike Cullen.