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AccelOps Doubles Customers, Revenues for Its Integrated SIEM, Performance and Availability Software in FY 2012
Company Delivers Significant Product Upgrades, Increased Market Traction, and Additional Funding

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/29/12 -- AccelOps, Inc., a pioneering developer of software that integrates security (SIEM), performance and availability monitoring into a single easy-to-use application, doubled its customer base and revenues for its 2012 financial year, which ended September 30, 2012. AccelOps also introduced significant cloud, database and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) monitoring enhancements to its software, and closed an $18 million round of financing during the year.

AccelOps software is used to monitor more than 350 data centers worldwide. Customers include managed service providers, government agencies and enterprises in all vertical sectors, including financial services, education, healthcare, manufacturing and retail. The third-generation product continues to pioneer comprehensive, integrated monitoring across the entire IT infrastructure.

AccelOps' real-time analytics and next-generation Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) gives users a single-screen view of all on-premise and cloud resources: servers, storage, network, security, virtualization, users and applications. Patented real-time analytics technology cross-correlates log and event data to make sense of complex IT patterns and events as they happen. The AccelOps modular architecture is designed for today's virtualized hybrid cloud environments and eliminates the need for multiple single-function tools, providing greater visibility while reducing unnecessary cost and complexity for modern IT organizations.

"2012 was a turning point for the SIEM market, and the time has come for a new generation of integrated IT monitoring," said Elie Antoun, President and CEO of AccelOps. "Cloud security and operational effectiveness are inseparable. Our customers tell us how much more secure and effective their environments are when they replace existing SIEM, network, server and other single function monitoring tools with the 'single pane of glass' view our software provides."

Additional information is available at www.accelops.com.

About AccelOps

AccelOps provides a new generation of integrated security, performance and availability monitoring software for today's dynamic, virtualized data centers. Based on patented distributed real-time analytics technology, AccelOps automatically analyzes and makes sense of behavior patterns spanning server, storage, network, security, users, and applications to rapidly detect and resolve problems. AccelOps works across traditional data centers as well as private and hybrid clouds. The software-only application runs on a VMware ESX or ESXi virtual appliance and scales seamlessly by adding additional VMs to a cluster. Its unmatched delivery of real-time, proactive security and operational intelligence allows organizations to be more responsive and competitive as they expand the IT capabilities that underpin their business. For more information, visit www.accelops.com.

AccelOps and the AccelOps logo are trademarks of AccelOps, Inc., a privately held Delaware corporation. Other names mentioned may be trademarks and properties of their respective owners.

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