Unified IT operations management and cloud monitoring solution provides enhanced security, improved user interface and a full version of Red Hat JBoss Portal 6
San Francisco, CA – October 3, 2013 – GroundWork, Inc. (www.gwos.com), the leading Unified Monitoring solution for IT operations management and cloud monitoring, today announced the availability of GroundWork Monitor 7.0, the watchdog for evolving IT infrastructures that has the flexibility, scalability and openness for on-site, cloud and hybrid monitoring.
“Supporting hybrid cloud environments is a top priority and positioned as the new normal among forward-looking enterprise organizations. The ability to leverage open standards and open platforms in managing such hybrid cloud complexity and diversity is critical to successful IT operations,” said Jay Lyman, senior analyst at 451 Research.
GroundWork Monitor enhancements include:
“We are pleased to have GroundWork embedding Red Hat JBoss Middleware technologies through the Red Hat ISV Program,” said Mike Piech, senior director, product marketing, Red Hat. “Red Hat JBoss Portal 6 delivers the flexibility, reliability, scalability, and performance that software vendors need to build open enterprise applications.”
“For three years, GroundWork has provided the only open platform, based on a true portal, for Unified Monitoring and managing infrastructure, applications, cloud, and virtualized IT environments,” said David Dennis, vice president, marketing and business development for GroundWork. “By moving to Red Hat JBoss Portal 6 with GroundWork Monitor Enterprise 7.0, GroundWork builds on its proven success to make its software faster, more scalable, more secure, more configurable, and enhanced with visualizations and features needed for hybrid cloud and virtualized environments.”
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GroundWork, Inc. (http://gwos.com) delivers Unified Monitoring for Real™ with an open platform for shockingly easy integrations and customized visualizations of cloud, virtualization, network, application, server, and storage data.
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