Paessler Integrates with Martello's SavisionIQ
February 04, 2019
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Savision, a subsidiary of network performance management solutions provider Martello Technologies Group, has joined the Paessler Uptime Alliance to offer PRTG users a consolidated view of all IT systems from a single dashboard using the Savision iQ software.

First announced in April 2018, the alliance is designed to help the company’s partners integrate comprehensive, advanced IT infrastructure monitoring in their offerings to help prevent downtime of critical IT systems.

Martello’s Savision iQ software transforms infrastructure and application monitoring data into dashboards that automate and unify IT operations with IT service management workflows. Savision iQ integrates with more than 35 applications, including the PRTG enterprise IT monitoring solution.

The Savision iQ and PRTG out-of-the-box integration provides a solution that discovers, analyzes, and even solves IT issues before they become a problem. The combined solution gathers information from multiple sources such as monitoring tools, cloud platforms, and ITSM systems. PRTG monitors the entire IT suite on a 24/7 basis and sends issues and anomalies to Savision iQ. These issues are correlated and analyzed using automated incident workflows for improved troubleshooting and resolution. Savision iQ is designed to handle a large volume of data, allowing multiple PRTG instances to be rendered and viewed in a single dashboard. This makes the solution suitable for networks of all sizes.

“It’s well-known that system outages seriously impact enterprise bottom-line performance,” says Paessler AG CEO Christian Twardawa. “Our Uptime Alliance program offers the opportunity to combine best-of-breed technology, in this case the Savision ITOps solution, with PRTG to not only to detect system failures in the enterprise as soon as they occur, but to also track long term changes in network performance and network usage. It is critical for businesses to identify potential problems before they become a serious threat.”

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