SL Releases New Monitoring for Solace Virtual Message Router
January 19, 2017
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SL announces enhanced support for RTView Solace Monitor by releasing new functionality to monitor Solace Virtual Message Router (VMR) software.

Now, Solace users can monitor all of their message routers, from appliances in the datacenter to VMRs in the cloud, using one convenient monitoring platform.

“As Solace enables customers to expand their infrastructure into the cloud, we want to be sure RTView is ready to meet the needs of messaging across hybrid computing environments,” says Ted Wilson, COO at SL. “With Middleware Monitoring as our specialty, we help support teams maintain visibility into their messaging infrastructure no matter where their messaging technologies are deployed.”

These new Solace monitoring enhancements are available as both a standalone solution, RTView Solace Monitor, as well as a pluggable Solution Package for RTView Enterprise Monitor.

The Solace Monitor provides several pre-built monitoring displays and pre-configured alert thresholds designed to get you up and running quickly with no agents and no programming required. Now users can get real-time visibility into all aspects of their message routers including VPNs, bridges, clients, endpoints, capacity analysis, Syslog and alerts. And RTView’s distributed architecture intelligently handles global deployments without flooding network bandwidth.

“Migrating applications to the cloud changes the IT landscape, and it’s important to give administrators a clear picture of everything that’s happening across hybrid cloud environments,” said Denis King, SVP of Global Field Operations and Strategic Alliances, Solace. “SL is a valuable partner because they understand the mission-critical nature of middleware as IT shifts to the cloud, and their proven technology gives administrators the rich, real-time monitoring capabilities they need.

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