Hybrid IT Monitoring software provider ScienceLogic today announced complete monitoring and dependency mapping for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and VMware vCloud Air as well as on-premises IT elements, resulting in the industry’s first multi-cloud IT monitoring platform.
Hybrid IT adoption is accelerating with the explosive growth of public clouds. Over 80 percent of global enterprises now leverage public clouds to establish hybrid IT environments and, based on current benefits gained, 70 percent of those companies plan to dramatically increase spending in the public cloud over the next year.
The consolidated multi-cloud coverage enables enterprises to discover, assess, run, and operate their IT resources in multiple clouds, helping them proactively detect performance and business-impacting issues across all clouds from a single pane of glass. As a result, organizations can now accelerate cloud adoption without the concern and risk due to lost visibility of IT assets—and reap the benefits of the cloud sooner—agility, flexibility, and cost reduction.
“HOSTING delivers a Unified Cloud™ service experience for the millions of businesses embracing hyper-scale cloud platforms, including AWS and Azure,” said Andy Schroepfer, Chief Strategy Officer at HOSTING. “ScienceLogic is a core platform, and the window into our delivery of 24×7 compliance-centric managed services that enable our vision to be the Priceline of the cloud.”
“Our customers have globally distributed infrastructures running on public and private clouds. They needed a simple, consolidated way to evaluate the performance of these investments, to control costs and address those service delivery challenges common to globally distributed infrastructures,” said Dave Link, CEO ScienceLogic. “ScienceLogic now delivers unprecedented coverage across public and private clouds, dramatically simplifying the very complex task of monitoring global IT infrastructures.”
Product functionality includes:
- The only monitoring platform to support all major multi-cloud environments, including private cloud, from the same software installation
- Visual mapping of dependencies across technologies, regardless of where they reside (public or private cloud)
- Single hybrid IT cloud monitoring tools for the entire IT stack including networks, systems, storage, applications, and cloud elements
- Dashboarding, multi-tenancy, high security, reporting, event management, runbook automation, and asset tracking across multiple clouds, from a single code base