Exoprise Extends Application Monitoring to the Public Cloud
September 16, 2014
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Exoprise announced the immediate availability of a new offering for monitoring Software as a Service (SaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) applications from Exoprise-managed monitoring points.

Users can now deploy sensors to these public sites, in addition to their own points of access, to monitor the performance of any public, private, or hybrid cloud application, website or service. Initially, Exoprise has deployed public sites in North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific and expects to expand to more than 100 global monitoring points over the next 12 months.

The new capability enhances Exoprise’s existing CloudReady solution which provides real-time performance monitoring for virtually any cloud application or service from user access points behind an organization’s firewall. It also adds to Exoprise’s crowd-sourced performance data which enables IT teams to analyze measurements from their locations against global and regional crowd data, helping teams quickly identify and fix performance-impacting issues regardless of whether they happen in their network, at their ISP, or in the cloud.

“In the past, IT teams have been forced to choose between solutions optimized to monitor within their network such as Dell Foglight or SolarWinds, or those built to monitor externally such as Dynatrace (formerly Compuware APM) or Keynote,” said Patrick Carey, VP of product management and marketing for Exoprise. “But increasingly, IT teams need both inside-out and outside-in views into the performance of their various cloud apps and services. With CloudReady they can now do both seamlessly without compromising on usability or functionality for either model.”

Exoprise is an application performance monitoring solution that enables enterprises to easily set-up both web and API transaction monitoring, both behind their firewall and from public monitoring points, for their mission critical apps in the cloud. This enables customers to cover a variety of application monitoring scenarios, including mobile/telecommuting workforces, internally hosted web-apps and services like ADFS, and hybrid cloud deployments, as well as the access of public SaaS apps from within the company network. With CloudReady IT teams can now see the performance that reflects actual user experience with critical cloud services - whether users are on the road, in a branch office or back at HQ.

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