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AfricaCom 2024
Core Agenda & Exhibition: 11-14 Nov
Exhibition Opening Dates: 12 - 14 Nov 2024Cape Town International Convention Centre, Cape Town

ATS Network Management


ATS Network Management specialise in the Solarwinds IT Operations Management (ITOM) solution offering a range of service to Monitor, Analyse, Prevent, Report, Predict and Solve enterprise IT performance issues.

Our solutions cover Network management, Application performance management, Database performance management, Helpdesk, Configuration management, Security monitoring, Access rights management, Web performance management, Phishing Awareness, Cyber security monitoring and training.

Some of our vendors include:

  • Solarwinds – IT Ops management
  • Panorays – 3rd party supply change management
  • CyberBit – Security threat training and simulation
  • Phriendly Phishing – Phishing protection and training

These vendors are world leaders in their product sectors having been acknowledged by Gartner, IDC and many other industry assessors and commentators.

ATS Network Management sells and provides solution via its dedicated partner network in South Africa and across the African continent with partners in over 28 countries. With over 17 years of experience, working together with SolarWinds and other vendors we stand as the powerhouse Value add distribution partner and implementation service provide in Africa! Learn more at

As organizations adopt transformational technologies (like hybrid and multi-cloud, APIs, and big data) the management of business services becomes even more complex. Organizations responding to incidents from silos using disconnected monitoring tools will have even more pain in quickly isolating the root cause. To address this management complexity, your organization should identify the types of services in operation and map out the various layers and how they’re monitored today. From there, you can begin building a roadmap to simplify how you monitor all the components of these services and who’s responsible for responding to issues.

Find us at the event

  • Stand number
  • G60