Opsview launches new software monitoring platform to combat the rise of IT outages

Opsview Monitor 6.0 will allow businesses to enjoy far more effective IT performance through greater visibility and cloud-level scalability.

With IT downtime costing businesses globally between 301,000 and 400,000 U.S. dollars on average, Opsview has launched its new software monitoring platform to help IT teams overcome the growing challenge of reducing IT outages.

Not simply a means of combatting IT outages, Opsview Monitor 6.0 provides a complete tool to effectively monitor and manage a wide range of IT performances through features including on-premise and cloud compatibility, as well as streamlined dashboards. As a result, IT departments are empowered to proactively react to errors, rather than reactively tackling any issues.

Amidst growing IT estates, many users have been left unequipped and unprepared for the scalability challenges of monitoring an increasingly complex and dynamic IT estate. Opsview, a leading provider of IT monitoring software, has confronted this issue by launching Opsview Monitor 6.0 – a product designed to meet demanding enterprise and service provider requirements for scale, performance, flexibility, cloud-readiness, and increasingly-automated deployment and lifecycle management.

Opsview Monitor 6.0 has been carefully designed to be 100% Nagios® compatible and massively scalable. It allows businesses to monitor the widest range of technology components with streamlined dashboards and a modern messaging architecture. It also has a range of AutoDiscovery options for analysing infrastructure, cloud and network changes, offering users greater insight on errors and how best to fix them. The result of which is a service that offers businesses improved performance visibility, faster diagnostics, reduced time to fix, and a more compliant service.

Mike Walton, CEO, Opsview – “The costs of IT service outages can be devastating for businesses, not just financially – they can also be disastrous for a business’ reputation. Waiting for something to break before you fix it simply isn’t an option anymore.

“Driven by a focus on discovery, integration and automation, Opsview Monitor 6.0 is designed to provide the solid foundation to a modern IT strategy, for a wide range of operations. Through greater transparency of IT performance, we are helping to place IT decision-makers in the driving seat for digital transformation.”

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