Zenoss Launches Intelligent Service Assurance for Amazon GovCloud
May 18, 2017
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The Zenoss intelligent service assurance platform is now available for Amazon's AWS GovCloud, a gated community for workloads with direct or indirect ties to U.S. government functions or services.

GovCloud helps state and federal agencies and public sector organizations address specific regulatory and compliance requirements for their sensitive workloads in the cloud, including compliance with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). Zenoss is approved for deployment in this secure region of AWS, giving U.S. federal customers multiple options for complete hybrid IT monitoring in AWS GovCloud environments.

"The flexibility and scale afforded by public clouds are becoming increasingly attractive to modern IT organizations, including those in government sectors that are subject to additional regulatory and compliance requirements," said Marcus MacNeill, vice president of product management at Zenoss. "AWS leads the market with new and innovative offerings, so we are thrilled to offer GovCloud customers Zenoss as a Service within their region so they can reap the benefits of truly unified hybrid IT monitoring within their fully secured and isolated AWS instances."

Zenoss AWS monitoring provides quick and precise insight into potentially affected applications and services running within AWS environments so enterprises can address issues before disruptions occur. The end-to-end visibility and performance data help customers make better decisions about which workloads to run in the cloud and help them design applications for improved resiliency within cloud environments. Zenoss Service Dynamics and Zenoss as a Service are both available in the AWS Marketplace.

Deployment within the secure GovCloud environment is the latest entry into the federal market for Zenoss, which was recently awarded the multisite software contract for the United States Air Force Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS). Under the contract, Zenoss will provide software and services for integration with key technologies including Cisco, VMware, EMC and Windows.

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