New Relic Partners with Standing Cloud
November 20, 2012
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New Relic announced that Standing Cloud has added New Relic to its Application Marketplace, a growing portfolio of value-added solutions and services for cloud providers, ISVs and application users.

Standing Cloud users now have free access to the 24x7 performance monitoring capabilities available with New Relic’s Standard Service Package, which is fully integrated with the Standing Cloud management console.

Customers can also easily upgrade to New Relic pro to take advantage of advanced diagnostics and reporting features.

Standing Cloud users can leverage the increased visibility provided by New Relic to make more informed decisions regarding their infrastructure to ensure optimal performance of their hosted applications and web sites.

Standing Cloud's Application Marketplace is an easy-to-use catalog of 100+ applications, software, development tools and deployment options, fully pre-configured to run instantly and reliably on multiple cloud infrastructures. Once an application is deployed, automated application lifecycle management features give users an easy way to manage the application on a continuing basis, including monitoring, scaling, back-ups, upgrades, auto-restore and more.

"At Standing Cloud, we're focused on providing the tools and services our customers need to automate and optimize the deployment and management of applications in the cloud, and New Relic represents an important extension of that approach," said Leslie Osborne, vice president of product of Standing Cloud. "By partnering with New Relic, we are adding an additional layer of visibility into application performance that provides our users with the insight needed for their sites and applications to run optimally and reliably."

"New Relic and Standing Cloud share the belief that customers should experience maximum reliability, scalability and performance of their hosted applications, and that the tools they use should be simple and intuitive," said Bill Lapcevic, vice president of business development of New Relic. "With New Relic, Standing Cloud customers can easily monitor and manage their cloud applications to ensure the highest performance and assure application success. Together, New Relic and Standing Cloud are an ideal combination for developers, ISVs and technology solutions providers deploying and managing applications and web site in the cloud."

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