Paessler Launches PRTG PLUS
September 18, 2019
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Paessler AG announced PRTG PLUS, a new channel-focused subscription licence.

This new offering will be available to certified PRTG PLUS Partners for end users who need to monitor 5,000 devices or more.

PRTG PLUS will run alongside the existing PRTG offerings.

“When we’re talking to customers monitoring tens of thousands of devices, we recognise a need for more integrated support. Customers have been asking for a solution that builds on the strong foundations of PRTG but makes larger scale deployments simpler. This is where our PRTG PLUS Partners come in with their professional service offering,” said Steven Feurer, CTO at Paessler. “Our PRTG PLUS Partners are essential to ensuring monitoring is deployed effectively in these larger IT environments. We will be supporting them to do this through our premium support channels.”

Paessler is accepting partner applications from resellers and system integrators with experience in large scale monitoring installations to join its 4000+ strong global partner community.

Key benefits for solution-focused partners selling PRTG PLUS include:

- the ability to architect much larger deployments of PRTG with greater architectural design flexibility

- closer partnership with Paessler and premium support

- flat rate pricing per sensor, per year, with annual billing available

“The largest single perpetual licence previously available, PRTG XL5, scales to 50,000 sensors across five PRTG core servers. Which means if users looking to monitor upwards of 5,000 devices, would have needed multiple licences. PRTG PLUS removes the need for multiple licences, providing a single OpEx based license, which can be deployed across as many servers as required with as many sensors as required,” added Feurer.

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