ScienceLogic is now validated on the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS), the industry’s first converged data center platform that delivers smart, programmable infrastructure to simplify and accelerate enterprise-class application and service deployment in bare-metal, virtualized, and cloud-computing environments.
Unisys Corporation announced the availability of its Mobility Solutions Suite of services. These services are designed to help organizations manage, secure and support mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets – as well as their applications – and lead to improved employee productivity and customer service.
Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), a leading IT and data management research and consulting firm, announced the release of its newest EMA Radar Report titled, Workload Automation Q2 2012 – An EMA Radar Report.
RightScale announced results of a new market study of over 600 companies to uncover how businesses are approaching cloud computing and what priorities they set for implementing their cloud strategies, revealing multi-cloud is the strategy of choice for businesses.
AppNeta announced the launch of PathView Cloud with FlowView Intelligent Application Visibility (IAV) and breakthrough network traffic analysis capabilities.
Sentilla Corporation has announced the availability of Sentilla Version 5, its software platform for next-generation Data Center Performance Management (DCPM).
Cloupia has expanded converged infrastructure management offerings to help enterprises and service providers transition to next generation dynamic data centers.
LiveTime Software has released LiveTime Service Manager and Help Desk 7. Among its new features and enhancements, LiveTime 7 adds customizable single-pane ITIL KPI Dashboards, LDAP/AD authentication, and webcal, ical calendaring that integrates with virtually any calendaring system.
Fluke Networks today announced a new version of Network Time Machine, a packet analysis appliance that provides automated multi-segment analysis (Auto MSA) capability for both portable and rack mount solutions for up to 40 Gbps network traffic.
The SevOne network performance management solution is now available as a free download.
uptime software has released up.time 7, a complete IT dashboard for watching over servers, applications, networks, and IT services.
Netuitive has announced a software licensing agreement with a major European Bank. As part of a strategic initiative to improve visibility and stability of its distributed systems and applications, the bank's objective is to reduce mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR) and improve service quality to the branch offices.
ManageEngine announced that attendees of Cisco Live will be the first to preview the newest version of its flagship network monitoring software (NMS), OpManager.
According to a new survey of North American cloud service providers (CSPs) from CA Technologies, more than half reported that their customers are opting for the private cloud services model, while 32 percent are choosing public cloud services. Moreover, these CSPs expect to grow their businesses by 30 percent in 2012.
Apptio announced the Technology Business Management (TBM) Council has been launched as a separate Delaware-based, nonprofit organization. The mission of this new entity is to identify and promote best practices for running technology organizations like a business.
AppDynamics announced a relationship with Microsoft Corp. that enables Windows Azure users to monitor and scale their applications in Windows Azure.
ExtraHop Networks' EH1000v virtual appliance is now certified and available for the Cisco Unified Computing System Express (UCS-E).
SolarWinds launched a Japanese version of its flagship network management product, SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor (NPM).
In late 2011, SolarWinds announced it was expanding its presence in the Japanese market by making key investments, including creating a Japanese language website, the translation and localization of its products, and creating a dedicated, native Japanese-speaking support team.
SolarWinds has partnered with Marubeni Information Systems, Daikin Industries, Mitsuiwa Corporation, and Jupiter Technology to resell SolarWinds products in Japan.
CA Technologies announced its CA AppLogic cloud platform is now available to channel partners in the US via the Ingram Micro Cloud Marketplace, a transactional, online marketplace where solution providers and MSPs can shop, procure, provision and obtain invoices for their cloud services directly from Ingram Micro.
Appnomic Systems named Persistent Systems, a provider of outsourced software product development (OPD) services, the first partner in its AppsOne Application Migration Program.