Kaseya shipped a major new release of VSA, its remote monitoring and management system, last May. Among the most significant changes in that product, which Voccola refers to as “RMM 2.0”, was the addition of integrated administrative support for routers, switches, and other network hardware via functionality imported from Kaseya’s Traverse network management solution.
Combining endpoint and network management within one application, Voccola argues, enables MSPs that would otherwise buy and maintain those systems separately to save big money. Those savings will get bigger still sometime this quarter, he contends, when Kaseya ships an RMM 2.0 update with additional network management capabilities.
“I think that there’ll be massive disruption there,” says Voccola of the network management market without elaborating.
Enhancements to Kaseya One, the consolidated management interface for Kaseya’s own products and select third-party systems that shipped last May, is also in the works. “You’re going to see that single pane of glass really start to come into motion,” Voccola says.
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