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Great 2010 Results for LogLogic

This morning we sent out a press release on our 2010 results. It was good year overall for us, with lots of accomplishments. But we also did a lot of building out. That is, putting things in place which as not seen the light of day...yet.

“Even with this performance, I’d still say that 2010 was an investment year for LogLogic,” said our CEO LogLogic Guy Churchward. “The investments we made in revamping the product and technology portfolio, enabling a globally proficient sales channel, and a tighter focus on delivering tangible value to our clients really sets us up for what should be a tremendous 2011.”

Major 2010 Milestones

2010 saw a number of company milestones. During the year, LogLogic:

  • Released next generation log management platform, LogLogic 5
  • Released significant improvements to Security Event Manager, version 3.5
  • Introduced new core technologies: Log Labels, Universal Collection Framework
  • Refreshed hardware product line on the latest Intel & Oracle technologies
  • Inked substantive partnerships with Cisco, McAfee and VMware
  • Delivered vCloud datacenter support for logging & compliance
  • Released a Virtual Appliance product line
  • Announced a utility computing model
  • Named to the Leader’s Quadrant again in the Gartner Magic Quadrant
  • Sponsored key industry studies on the Financial Services and UK Government sectors
  • Released iPad and iPhone apps for the LogLogic Log Management platform

More To Come

While we had a great 2010, we have more to come. We've already seen the release of LogLogic 5.1, and Security Event Manager 3.5, and more to come next week. You will also hear us start taking about the evolution of LogLogic, from a Log Management vendor to an "IT Data Management" vendor. We'll have more to say about this in the coming weeks.

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Bill Roth is a Silicon Valley veteran with over 20 years in the industry. He has played numerous product marketing, product management and engineering roles at companies like BEA, Sun, Morgan Stanley, and EBay Enterprise. He was recently named one of the World's 30 Most Influential Cloud Bloggers.