ManageEngine (News - Alert) has unveiled an enhanced release of its cloud infrastructure monitoring service, Site24x7. Site24x7 will now offer tracking assistance for hybrid and public cloud environments, allowing users to track VMware vSphere hypervisors and Amazon EC2 and RDS web services. Users can use a centralized Site24x7 console to optimize the uptime and performance of their private, public and hybrid cloud environments.
The latest features of Site24x7 will be showcased by ManageEngine at VMworld 2013. ManageEngine will also be unveiling key improvements for Applications Manager, the application performance monitoring solution; OpManager, the network performance management software; and Password Manager Pro, the privileged password management software.
Organizations wishing to enhance the versatility and scalability of the IT services offered to end users will find cloud and virtualization technologies of the utmost importance. Organizations can operate their own applications and services on computing resources, externally hosted by Amazon, with the help of Amazon’s public cloud services. By regularly tracking these cloud-hosted applications, organizations can make sure that they perform at anticipated levels, resulting in effective utilization of cloud resources. Extremely virtualized infrastructures also need regular tracking in order to optimize uptime and performance.
Insights regarding the performance of cloud environments based on VMware and Amazon are now offered by Site24x7. IT teams can therefore proactively troubleshoot and resolve issues prior to affecting the end users. Users can now take informed decisions regarding capacity while assigning Amazon EC2 and RDS assets. A solitary console is provided by Site24x7 for tracking physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure and the applications hosted by cloud resources within and outside the corporate data center.
In a statement, Gibu Mathew, director, product management, Site24x7 said, “Last quarter, Site24x7 pushed the envelope by delivering a combination of application performance and infrastructure monitoring. With this release, we’re pushing the envelope even further by extending our monitoring capabilities to include all cloud environments. Our support for VMware infrastructure and Amazon services are compelling additions to the existing portfolio of cloud services we provide to help enterprise IT.”
Edited by Blaise McNamee
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