Operational performance monitoring is a key aspect of business for IT companies, and there are various tools available to monitor performance in this field.
Gigamon (News - Alert) has announced that the company has formed a partnership with Corvil, a provider of IT monitoring systems for high-performance businesses. According to this partnership, Corvil will now support Gigamon’s GigaVUE HD Series time stamping solution.
The partnership brings together CorvilNet Operational Performance Monitoring and Gigamon time stamping technology. This enables various fields, such as distributed transaction-application network monitoring, real-time business analysis and high speed data capture, to make use of accurate time stamping detail.
The time stamping feature helps users to properly synchronize data to enhance Quality of Service (QoS) analysis. It also improves jitter evaluation, network analysis and overall infrastructure performance management. The partnership is expected to benefit the mutual customers of the company, as they will be able to make use of Gigamon’s time stamp technology together with Corvil’s Operational Performance Monitoring (OPM).
Corvil’s OPM combines business data and visibility with performance, provides users with performance monitoring, and facilitates the capture and analysis of business context and impact.
“Corvil's support of Gigamon's time stamping technology allows Gigamon to provide our customers with versatile, cost-effective and far-reaching solutions," said Tara Reeve, director of strategic alliances at Gigamon. "By utilizing Gigamon's highly accurate and scalable time stamping functionality in conjunction with Corvil's Operational Performance Monitoring, we are able to provide network managers with a swift and accurate solution to troubleshoot low latency applications and high performance networks, thereby allowing them to achieve real-time, deep analysis and insight.”
Gigamon recently unveiled its Visibility Fabric node, the GigaVUE-HB1, along with a new GUI for the entire H Series product line and a proof-of-concept application.
Edited by Melissa Warten