Zenoss announced Zenoss Cloud, the intelligent IT operations management platform.
The company's next-generation cloud-native offering enables businesses to prevent IT outages and optimize cloud and on-premises systems as they undergo digital transformation, a business requirement for the survival of most companies across all industries.
The key to successfully achieving this strategy was developing the unique ability to collect and analyze all types of structured and unstructured data in the same context. Zenoss Cloud introduces an operations data plane that streams and normalizes all machine data, uniquely enabling this emergence of context for preventing IT service disruptions in complex, modern environments.
Zenoss Cloud enables businesses to:
- Prevent the risk associated with accelerating digital transformation
- Support new business models
- Transition IT to event-driven outcomes
- Apply consistent monitoring policies across all cloud and on-premises systems
- Evolve from availability and performance to capacity and optimization
- Deliver management as a service for DevOps
- Streamline across teams with collaboration workflows (ChatOps)
- Drive new efficiencies with Smart View, the machine learning–powered intelligent, dynamic user interface
Zenoss Cloud is powered by the cutting-edge Google Cloud Platform (GCP), leveraging the most powerful machine learning and real-time analytics of streaming data to give companies the ability to scale and adapt to the changing needs of their businesses. All components of GCP are also FedRAMP certified, taking advantage of Google Cloud's world-class security, delivering a best-in-industry security posture.
Key Zenoss Cloud features:
- Collection and contextual analytics for all data types, including metrics, model data, events, logs, agent data, application performance data, network performance data and ad hoc data
- Virtually unlimited scale, including streaming and analytics capacity for machine data volumes and number of systems that can be monitored
- Powerful machine learning capabilities to automate issue root cause, helping to predict and prevent IT outages for cloud, on-premises and hybrid environments
- Unmatched 99.9975 percent reduction in alert noise and false positives, immediately isolating actionable events and eliminating fatigue
- Management of dynamic environments driven by ephemeral systems like containers and microservices with out-of-box support for Docker, Kubernetes and more
- Seamless integration with other ITOM technologies to accelerate and automate resolution
- Built-in security at the chip level
- Continuous innovation and enhancements through a true multitenant cloud platform
"Zenoss Cloud is the most important product release in Zenoss history," said Greg Stock, Chairman and CEO of Zenoss. "Our customer-driven approach showed us a clear path — that the most critical elements of our next-generation IT solution must provide intelligence, simplicity and scale. Above all else, these three concepts are essential to managing the challenge of modern IT environments for both enterprises and service providers. With the Zenoss Cloud intelligent IT operations management platform, we are delivering on our vision of software-defined IT operations."
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