Blue Medora Announces Wavefront-Ready Integrations
September 14, 2017
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Blue Medora announced platform integration with VMware’s Wavefront.

Blue Medora’s IT system data collection technology extends real-time analytical capabilities across the enterprise IT stack, offering insight into cloud and physical infrastructure, virtualization and databases.

As enterprises transform their digital platforms to support faster innovation through DevOps approaches, accessing and analyzing IT system data becomes more important than ever. Wavefront’s metrics monitoring at web scale identifies performance and reliability anomalies that impact customer experience, and is enriched by the breadth of data Blue Medora provides from across the full IT stack.

Targeted at operations teams in large enterprises tasked with supporting DevOps initiatives with hybrid cloud infrastructure, Blue Medora’s new integration technology instantly expands the Wavefront analytics engine to on- and off-premises resources. Now in early access, customers may preview over 25 unique enterprise IT stack integrations, including SAP, Amazon RDS, Microsoft SQL Server, Cisco UCS and F5 BIG-IP.

“Disparate monitoring approaches between the DevOps toolset and the operations team that supports them makes it challenging to get to the root cause of problems, reducing the efficacy of these initiatives,” said Christian Fernando, VP of Product, Blue Medora. “By partnering with Wavefront by VMware, we will enable more enterprise customers to unify visibility— providing insight into root-cause and ensuring you can analyze the data that matters the most to optimizing your performance.”

Blue Medora currently extends the monitoring capabilities of VMware vRealize Operations with its True Visibility Suite of management packs — integrations that add native visibility into the health, state and relationships of technologies beyond the virtualization layer. With support for the Wavefront SaaS metrics monitoring and analytics platform, VMware customers will be able to analyze data and realize end-to-end operations management for both virtual and multi-cloud infrastructures.

Key Functionality of Blue Medora Integrations for Wavefront

- End-to-end visibility across the enterprise IT stack. Deep metrics and easy-to-understand insights into the behavior of the leading data center, cloud and database technologies.

- Unprecedented insight into key relationships. Visibility into relationships at all levels through object tagging to see how layers of the IT stack impact each other.

- Superior customization. Flexibility to fine tune metrics, resources and relationships support custom metrics definitions for high performing, right-sized analytics.

- More accurate analytics. Increase application availability and performance through more accurate analytics, intelligent alerting and quicker root-cause analysis.

- Single platform. Dissolve monitoring boundaries between engineering teams with a comprehensive, real-time view into your infrastructure and services within the Wavefront platform.

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