Zenoss Releases Real-Time Application Monitoring for Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and Exchange
July 14, 2022
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Zenoss announced new monitoring capabilities for Microsoft 365 applications like Microsoft Teams.

This real-time monitoring of Microsoft Teams streaming data is the first of a broader set of initiatives focused on business communications platforms, which have emerged as business-critical applications during the global trend of expanding remote work forces.

Microsoft Teams is a huge force in the shift to unified communications as a service (UCaaS), quickly acquiring 35% market share. Zenoss has responded to this dynamic by offering UCaaS monitoring to complement its broader AI-driven infrastructure monitoring.

The Zenoss market-leading monitoring capabilities for Microsoft products include:

- Out-of-box support for Microsoft 365 applications OneDrive, Exchange, SharePoint, and Teams.

- Monitoring Microsoft cloud apps in the same pane of glass as the broader infrastructure.

- Cloud-based monitoring with zero install.

- Real-time Teams call quality performance monitoring on jitter, packet loss and more.

- Leveraging streaming data plug-in framework with no code change.

- Zenoss Cloud features, including intelligent dashboards, Smart View, actions, and notifications.

- No training required for operations personnel.

- Intelligent monitoring at the edge with policy-driven metrics ingestion.

- Anonymized personally identifiable information for full privacy protection.

“The increasingly rapid changes in the business world require increasingly rapid changes in technology,” said Ani Gujrathi, CTO at Zenoss. “Our customers are thrilled that we’ve again responded to the demands placed on them to ensure their business operations are uninterrupted.”

Zenoss Cloud monitoring for Microsoft Teams is generally available now, while support for Zoom and Cisco Webex are currently in beta.

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