SL Adds New MuleSoft Monitoring Solution
November 17, 2016
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SL Corporation is expanding its core middleware monitoring platform to include MuleSoft middleware.

Perfect for hybrid application environments using multiple middleware technologies or for companies migrating from one middleware platform to another.

The RTView Enterprise Monitor solution, utilizing the new Solution Package for MuleSoft, is easy to deploy. No agents or programming are required. MuleSoft customers can get up and running quickly with prebuilt dashboards and preconfigured alerts right out of the box.

RTView Enterprise Monitor is a powerful resource monitoring platform that captures, calculates and enriches metrics with historical data in real-time. The web-based interface allows multiple application, middleware, and DevOps support teams to work together to identify middleware resource constraints early. Once alerted, team members can collaborate quickly and resolve issues before problems can significantly impact application performance.

“Given the growth and popularity of the MuleSoft open source middleware, we recognized an opportunity to help even more companies monitor their middleware-powered applications by expanding our portfolio to include MuleSoft,” said Ted Wilson, COO at SL. “We are uniquely poised to help companies adopt this increasingly mature middleware platform because of our vendor-inclusive approach to monitoring.”

Real-time resource monitoring is a critical part of keeping your applications running smoothly while avoiding costly application outages. RTView customers report significant decreases in severity level events, attributed to finding bottlenecks and hot spots earlier in the cycle. Often before the effects can be detected by the end user. Rapid response is the key to strong platform management.

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