SL released RTView Cloud for TIBCO middleware monitoring at TIBCO’s annual customer conference TIBCO NOW 2018.
With RTView Cloud, TIBCO users are able to maximize uptime for critical applications and services with centralized views of their monitoring and alert information across multiple technologies, whether deployed on-premise or on any of several Cloud platforms. With dozens of pre-defined alerts and pre-built monitoring displays, users can quickly deploy a powerful monitoring service without the time, skill and expense necessary to build or configure their own monitoring applications.
The new RTView Cloud designer provides additional capability for users to create, collaborate, and publish custom monitoring displays from a browser and without the need to do any programming. This enables TIBCO support teams to offer custom displays to their end users that provide them with the exact metrics they need in the exact way they would like to see them.
RTView Cloud features a completely new user interface with responsive design to support multiple screen sizes and mobile devices.
Data security with RTView Cloud is enhanced through the use of a hybrid architecture which ensures all monitoring data stays securely behind the firewall. Performance metrics and alert data are accessed directly from users’ browsers and never pushed out to the Cloud.
TIBCO technologies monitored with the RTView Cloud service include:
- TIBCO EMS
- TIBCO BusinessWorks 5/6
- TIBCO BusinessEvents
- TIBCO ActiveSpaces
- TIBCO ActiveMatrix
- TIBCO FTL
- TIBCO Adapters
SL also provides monitoring for other integration middleware vendors and complementary technologies including Oracle database, VMware Hosts, Apache Kafka, and Solace.
“SL has been providing RTView monitoring for TIBCO for more than 15 years. Most of our projects have been for large, on-premise, distributed TIBCO implementations. Now, as more and more companies adopt Cloud and hybrid architectures, we are pleased to offer the RTView Cloud service which enables TIBCO support teams and architects to consolidate all of this information in a single subscription-based platform,” said Praful Bhayani, VP of Strategic Projects and Business Development at SL Corporation.
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