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AUSTIN, TX — August 12, 2014 — Zenoss Inc, the leading provider of unified monitoring and management solutions for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructures, today announced the company has expanded the IT Operations Analytics capabilities of its Zenoss Service Dynamics solution.
As evidenced in the 2013 Forrester Consulting study, inadequate capacity continues to be the top reason for service performance and availability issues. With downtime costs often exceeding $100,000 per hour, there is immense focus on optimization of the capacity planning process. Unfortunately, because of the complexity and dynamic nature of today’s data centers, comprised of legacy, virtualized and cloud-based infrastructure, effective capacity planning is both more challenging and more critical at the same time.
“Effective analytics are key to efficient and dependable data center operations. With the ever-increasing complexity of today’s data centers, ensuring reliable performance and availability is a huge challenge,” said Alan Conley, CTO of Zenoss. “With this latest enhancement to the Zenoss solution, our customers have a single dashboard where they can see if the services are being delivered as designed, identify trends, and proactively eliminate issues and bottlenecks.”
Zenoss is a leading provider of unified monitoring and analytics software for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT infrastructures. 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.