GoundWork Cloud Hub is the first to bring performance monitoring to the compute, storage and networking components of OpenStack
ATLANTA, GA (OpenStack Summit) – May 14, 2014 – GroundWork, Inc. (www.gwos.com), the leading Unified Monitoring solution for IT operations management and cloud monitoring, today announced the first performance monitoring solution for the OpenStack cloud operating system. Monitoring for OpenStack is available through GroundWork Cloud Hub enabling availability and performance visibility for Nova compute, Neutron networking and Cinder storage components, as well as the underlying physical hardware and other typical data center assets.
“Existing monitoring modules built into OpenStack are focused on metering and billing, which is an important, but very different set of capabilities than the availability and performance monitoring that GroundWork offers,” said David Dennis, vice president of marketing and business development for GroundWork. “OpenStack cloud operators concerned with total cloud capacity, performance tuning and scaling will gain insight into chokepoints at multiple layers of their OpenStack deployments.”
According to Michael Cote, research director at 451Resarch, “We see a steady rising interest in OpenStack and have been fielding many inquiries about how to better manage OpenStack installs. It’s clear that part of OpenStack becoming ‘enterprise grade’ is laying on mature monitoring and management, which is what you’d expect from a veteran of that space like GroundWork.”
GroundWork Cloud Hub with OpenStack monitoring has the ability to monitor several components within the OpenStack framework enabling users to:
Learn more about GroundWork Cloud Hub with OpenStack monitoring: http://gwos.com/openstack-demo
GroundWork plans to submit a Blueprint through the OpenStack Foundation later in 2014.
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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