SL RTView Adds Monitoring for TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition
March 28, 2017
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SL announced support for TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition within the RTView middleware monitoring portfolio.

As TIBCO customers pursue cloud-based deployments to increase agility and scalability, they face visibility challenges when services are distributed across on-premise and multi-cloud environments. RTView Middleware Edition and RTView Enterprise Edition provide end-to-end visibility of middleware platforms and middleware-powered applications across distributed on-premise, hybrid, and cloud environments.

RTView gives customers confidence in their applications and infrastructure with proactive monitoring and early warning alerts. Correlated dashboards provide at-a-glance status summaries and drill-down access to detailed performance metrics so that customers can find and fix developing problems before they become severity-level events.

TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition (CE) allows customers to build cloud-native applications and deploy it to a container-based platform. RTView not only monitors the performance of these applications and microservices, but it can also monitor the performance of the containers like Docker and VMware, and platform providers like Amazon, to provide an end-to-end view of performance. The powerful correlation capabilities of RTView allows users to visually connect which containers are supporting which microservices and which infrastructure components are related in the context of a supported application.

“TIBCO BusinessWorks CE is one of the most forward-looking things coming out of TIBCO development, and we couldn’t wait to add support for it to our RTView middleware monitoring platform,” says Ted Wilson, COO of SL. “Our goal is to give TIBCO customers a platform to instill confidence by giving them the power to maintain performance across their mission-critical applications.”

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