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Zenoss 5 to be Showcased at ServiceNow’s Knowledge15, Cisco Live! and Gartner IOM

AUSTIN, TX — March 30, 2015 – Zenoss Inc., a leading provider of unified IT monitoring and service analytics for virtual, physical and cloud-based IT infrastructures, today announced it will be demonstrating Zenoss 5 at three large industry events this quarter including ServiceNow’s Knowledge15, Cisco Live! and Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit. Knowledge 15, the ServiceNow user conference continues to be the landmark gathering of IT professionals learning how to leverage cloud services to transform service management across the enterprise. Zenoss will be Bronze Sponsor during the event to be held April 19 – 24 at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, NV. Cisco Live!, Cisco's premier education and training destination for IT professionals worldwide will be held June 7 – 11 in San Diego, CA. Zenoss will be exhibiting with over 200 other key industry vendors during the conference. Gartner IT Operations Strategies & Solutions Summit (Gartner IOM), Leaders are being challenged every day to bring fresh thinking to the IT operations space as traditional technologies and operating models grow obsolete. Gartner IOM Summit 2015 will take place June 15 – 17, at the Hilton Hotel in Orlando, FL and will focus on the delivery of business value that is now a high priority and how top–to–bottom transformation of people and processes is crucial to success. Additional Resources

About Zenoss Zenoss is a leading provider of unified IT monitoring and service analytics software for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructures. Offered on-premise or as a cloud service, only Zenoss scales to deliver service-centric monitoring, root-cause isolation and operational intelligence that adapts in near real-time to today’s most complex and dynamic IT environments. Over 35,000 organizations worldwide have deployed Zenoss to manage their networks, servers, virtual devices, storage, and cloud infrastructure, gaining visibility and control of their IT operations.

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