OpsRamp Releases 14 Day Trial
August 26, 2021
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OpsRamps announces a 14-day free trial of its platform.

The trial version combines discovery, monitoring, alerting, and dashboarding for cloud infrastructure services in a frictionless, self-service solution that delivers results in less than one hour.

The OpsRamp free trial is perfect for cloud operators and cloud engineers in mid-to-large enterprises (500+ employees) who need a modern IT infrastructure monitoring solution for cloud and cloud native environments.

The trial version includes:

- Preloaded Google Cloud Platform resources: Users can choose to onboard their own environment for real-time insights, or get started fast with our pre-provisioned GCP infrastructure that’s ready to use.

- Guided and automated onboarding: The OpsRamp onboarding wizard delivers auto monitoring for cloud services, containers, and Linux servers, ensuring rapid time-to-value for cloud discovery and onboarding.

- Cloud and cloud native monitoring: Cloud operators can onboard and track the health and performance of their cloud infrastructure, including 160+ cloud services across Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. The free trial also can monitor performance of on-prem Kubernetes clusters as well as managed Kubernetes environments such as Azure Kubernetes Service, Google Kubernetes Engine, or Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service. IT teams can also unify their metrics with long-term data retention support for Prometheus monitoring.

- Customizable Dashboards: Cloud infrastructure teams can build customizable dashboards to track the metrics that they truly care about. Operators can extract relevant insights from a time-series database using Prometheus Query Language (PromQL). Dashboards currently support time series, single value, image, and text data for granular performance insights.

- Alerting: Cloud operators can create centralized alert definitions that spell out warning and critical thresholds for a metric. They can then filter by key tags in the metrics, configure a threshold, and build routing policies to properly escalate that alert.

In less than 20 minutes of registering for the trial, users can onboard their cloud resources, access their first metrics and alerts, and track the performance of their cloud resources through out-of-the-box dashboards. They can also invite members of their organization to participate.

Users who love the free trial solution will be prompted to upgrade to the paid version which will allow them to transition their existing resources without any friction.

“For too long, IT operations management vendors have made the process of choosing and using their solutions a cumbersome process. Buyers have been confronted with expensive, patched-together solutions that require lengthy deployment cycles along with long-term maintenance contracts,” said Michael Fisher, Director of Product Management at OpsRamp. “We are applying a new, DevOps-like model to cloud ops management built around ease-of-set up and ease-of-use. We think IT operators will opt for a modern solution that allows them to discover, monitor and manage their cloud and container environments in a matter of minutes.”

The free trial also provides OpsRamp’s reseller partners an easy, on-demand way to showcase OpsRamp’s value to their enterprise customers with an innovative cloud monitoring solution.

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