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DOD Approves SolarWinds IT Management Suite

IT management software provider, SolarWinds, announced August 21 that its Orion® Suite v3.0 for federal government has been placed on the Department of Defense Information Network (DoDIN) Approved Products List (APL). Earlier this year, the Orion Suite also received Common Criteria certification.

“SolarWinds has supported the WIN-T program and other DoD initiatives for years, and our commitment to the DoD’s mission drives our investment in the credentialing process,” said Mav Turner, group vice president, products, SolarWinds. “As the DoD focuses on network consolidation and modernization efforts, it will rely more heavily on certified products, such as the SolarWinds Orion Suite.”

The Orion Suite for federal government v3.0 includes the modular and scalable Orion Platform, which unifies data from multiple IT layers into an application-centric view. The platform is designed to enable end-to-end hybrid IT management, and deliver multi-cloud visibility along with deep on-premises monitoring. It incorporates a drag-and-drop dashboard to visualize infrastructure and application relationships, helping IT professionals monitor, troubleshoot, and improve performance across hybrid environments. It also provides the flexibility to add modules as needs grow.

SolarWinds’ U.S. government certifications and approvals include Common Criteria, DoDIN APL, Army CoN, and Navy DADMS. Technical Requirements include FIPS compatibility, DISA STIGs, and National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).

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