AccelOps Advances Integrated Data Center and Cloud Monitoring
New AccelOps 2.1 SP Release Targets Service Providers and Large Enterprises
September 21, 2010
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AccelOps announced expansion into the service provider and large enterprise markets with the release of AccelOps SP (Service Provider) edition. The platform provides extensive visibility, proactive alerting, analytics flexibility and service insight for managing multiple customers/divisions across on-premise, off-premise and cloud environments.

AccelOps SP offers an integrated approach that replaces disparate IT tools and legacy management systems with a scalable platform that monitors performance, availability, security, change and business service management across the entire extended data center. Delivered as a virtual appliance cluster, AccelOps raises the bar for ease of use, rapid deployment, simple administration and return on investment.

New features in AccelOps SP with regard to multi-tenancy, multi-site management, scalability and customization, include:

* Consolidated, multi-tenant console offers service providers and large enterprises interactive views aggregated across sites, and by customer/division, that are integrated and fully customizable.

* Agentless, multi-site integration functionality streamlines on-boarding and management of multiple customers/divisions.

* Scalable dynamic clustering allows AccelOps' virtual appliance cluster members to be added on-the-fly to enhance performance and support unlimited online data analysis.

* Integration APIs to incorporate AccelOps' data into other IT management systems.

* Enhanced virtualization and network monitoring such as virtual switch and respective vLANs, as well as Cisco CBQoS (class Based Quality of Service).

* Smart incident management reduces notification noise and sharpens administrative focus on a select set of active incidents through alert consolidation, auto-suppression rules, instant filtering and state management.

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