Thanks to an annual report put out by Gartner (News - Alert) Research, innovative and intriguing vendors are recognized for being “Cool Vendors” in Communications Service Provider Infrastructure.
This year, IT and network performance management specialist SevOne was recognized as one of the cool kids for its real-time IT infrastructure performance management solution, which provides network managers with instant monitoring, trouble shooting, performance analytics and reporting capabilities.
So what makes SevOne cool? According to the report, each SevOne appliance can monitor anywhere from 5,000 to 60,000 elements each across different virtual and physical networks, easily scaling to millions – an impressive task for any network performance provider.
Any decision maker in the IT department of his or her company realizes the challenges ‘Big Data’ performance management presents in the industry today. With SevOne’s performance offerings, customers are provided with a complete and uniform view of infrastructure performance across massive data, such as 4G base stations, cell-site backhaul over carrier Ethernet and mobile core consisting of mobile data switches and VoIP services.
"We believe earning this distinction from Gartner Research is a confirmation not only of the SevOne architecture, but also of our approach to continually innovate and develop our product, while we execute on our product roadmap," stated Mike Phelan, CEO at SevOne. "We consider our inclusion in the Cool Vendor report by Gartner confirmation of our mission to enable customers to identify, troubleshoot and resolve network performance problems."
SevOne’s network performance management solution is faster, more scalable and easier to customize than competing solutions. SevOne can scale to monitor more than one million managed elements – including those stemming from firewalls, routers, servers and switches– anywhere on the network.
Needless to say, SevOne is capable of growing alongside any network. The company delivers a scalable data collection and analysis reporting solution that aims to streamline operations within the corporate network environment.
Edited by Braden Becker