In response to rapidly increasing market demand, Autotask Corporation, a provider of hosted IT business management software, today announced that it is significantly expanding global operations and translating its software into six languages; German, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, French, Italian and Japanese.
Bull and CA Technologies have formed a strategic alliance to help large enterprises transform their heterogeneous IT infrastructures to private clouds.
Evolven and OpSource, a provide of enterprise cloud and managed hosting, joined forces to help cloud customers to gain insights into cloud environments with Evolven's configuration analytics software.
SolarWinds announced the availability of the latest release of its application performance monitoring product, SolarWinds Application Performance Monitor (APM) 4.2.
BMC Software announced that the BMC IT Business Management (ITBM) OnDemand solution is now available. BMC’s IT Business Management solutions empower IT organizations to efficiently manage the business of IT with complete visibility and control.
Zenoss announced the availability of their monitoring solution for servers deployed in compute clouds based in OpenStack. The new capability is free and open source, allowing consumers of OpenStack clouds to maintain real-time inventory, health and performance of their servers and applications deployed in cloud.
Joyent Cloud has enhanced its leading public cloud hosting platform with the availability of free New Relic Standard Application Performance Management (APM) for its public cloud customers and planned integration into the new my.joyentcloud.com portal.
FireScope has released a new Data Center Visualization capability, enabling customers to quickly and effortlessly map and visualize their physical and virtual elements from service to rack.
CA Technologies has introduced CA Mainframe Application Tuner, which combines two Application Performance Management (APM) tools with new integration capabilities to help IT organizations proactively pinpoint and resolve performance issues that could reduce user productivity and consume extra system resources.
Apica announced a partnership with Atex, a UK-based software company selling solutions for media-rich industries. According to the terms of the new agreement, Apica’s application performance testing and monitoring technologies will be available to Atex’s more than 1,000 media customers that use its content management and advertising solutions to streamline operations and optimize digital strategies.
Netuitive has completed an integration with EMC Celerra network attached storage (NAS) platform for virtualization.
Aternity announced the general availability of the Aternity Frontline Performance Intelligence Platform (FPI) v5.0.
Autotask Corporation announced that it will launch the first, fully-translated version of its software in German later this year.
NEC is licensing CA Configuration Automation r12.5 to enhance its systems management product suite, known as WebSAM in Japan and MasterScope outside of Japan.
Netuitive has joined the NetApp Alliance Partner Program as a Cloud Management Partner.
Network Instruments' infrastructure monitoring solution Observer Infrastructure (OI) now provides visibility into public and private cloud components and in-depth tracking of cloud provider performance.
SUMMUS Software, a provider of SaaS-based IT service management, IT asset management and network and server monitoring solutions, announced the appointment of senior enterprise IT industry veterans Vijaya Shanker, Ken Lee and John Giubileo to its executive team.
OPNET Technologies has introduced an array of new capabilities for extending Application Performance Management (APM) to the cloud.
SolarWinds Virtualization Manager won the Best of VMworld 2011 Award today in the category of Virtualization Management.
According to a survey conducted by Zenoss during VMworld 2011, nearly 75 percent of respondents are currently building or operating private cloud infrastructures, with an additional 16% planning projects in the next 12 months. However, while 72 percent of respondents are worried about guaranteeing business service delivery using cloud infrastructures, only 44 percent of the respondents have IT operations management software in place that can monitor physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructures.