Sumo Logic Joins the Vendor Forum
March 30, 2017
Pete Goldin

Kalyan Ramanathan, VP of Product Marketing at Sumo Logic, has joined the DEVOPSdigest Vendor Forum.

Ramanathan has more than 20 years of experience in software and marketing. He served as AppDynamics VP of Product Marketing, and CMO of Crittercism. Previously, Ramanathan served as VP of Marketing at Electric Cloud, and as Senior Director of Product Marketing at Opsware/HP, where he oversaw marketing for HP’s data center automation and application performance management suite. Prior to Opsware, Ramanathan led product marketing and product management at Collation (acquired by IBM) and Portal Software (acquired by Oracle). Ramanathan began his career at Intel and has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Sumo Logic is a secure, cloud-native, machine data analytics service, delivering real-time, continuous intelligence from structured, semi-structured and unstructured data across the entire application lifecycle and stack. More than 1,000 customers around the globe rely on Sumo Logic for the analytics and insights to build, run and secure their modern applications and cloud infrastructures. With Sumo Logic, customers gain a multi-tenant, service-model advantage to accelerate their shift to continuous innovation, increasing competitive advantage, business value and growth.

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