Wednesday, April 29, 2015

IBM Monitoring v8.1is Available - the next generation of Application-Aware Infrastructure Monitoring

Announcing IBM Monitoring v8.1 - the next generation of Application-Aware infrastructure monitoring solution that simplifies the life for IT Ops. With a single end to end view of metrics and logs/errors collected across the application stack, IT operators can detect problems and troubleshoot in the context of the application always. They no longer need to struggle to understand which component belongs to which application or which application's performance will be impacted due to a failed infrastructure component. It is able to monitor any component hosted anywhere (public cloud, private cloud or on premises) and visualize the end to end app stack in a unified hybrid view.
We have significantly simplified the time it takes to set up and get going. In under 30 minutes you can get a complete monitoring infrastructure up and running on a single box.
Here are some of the key capabilities:
  • Offers hybrid management, delivering a single integrated management view across on premises and cloud environment
  • Delivers application-aware infrastructure monitoring by monitoring user response time as well as the health of application components such as the application server or runtime, databases, web servers, middleware stacks, and more, for applications covering cloud and traditional workloads
  • Offers huge breadth of coverage spanning from traditional enterprise technologies such as java, .NET to cloud technologies such as Node.js, Ruby, PHP etc
  • Includes search analytics capabilities for unlimited monitoring data, plus up to 2 gigabytes of external log data per day.
  • 'Predicts' outages instead of detecting them using integrated Predictive Insights
  • Includes a simple unified, easy to maintain architecture that can be deployed in minutes and can help reduce total cost of ownership by up to 30% and improve time to value 5x-10x.
  • Enables seamless expansion of capabilities with IBM Control Desk, IBM Operations Analytics, and IBM Netcool® Operations Insight

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