Latest Opsview Release Brings Business Service Monitoring to Global User Base
Business services, such as websites, finance systems and database servers play a vital role in the day-to-day running of all organizations. Legacy monitoring tools focus on the individual components within the IT infrastructure without linking them to the overall business service that is running on these components.
Opsview’s Business Service Monitoring gives organizations a true view of business operations, enabling management teams to see the overall health of their services, as well as the components on which the service relies. This makes it easy for IT administrators to determine resiliency by specifying how many components need to fail before the overall service is considered to be impacted. This reduces unwanted alerts and improves System Administrators’
“BSM is a fantastic way to see what is happening to your organization’
Opsview 4.5 also includes an updated reports module, which delivers a much improved reporting experience with a new interface and more options for customization. Also included is the ability to schedule auto-discovery and full-screen Opsview monitoring dashboards.
According to Ton Voon, Chief Architect at Opsview, “With the addition of Business Service Monitoring and further enhancements in Opsview 4.5, our customers will immediately see the great progress we’ve made in developing a world-class IT monitoring solution”.
Read more about Opsview 4.5 and the features of BSM here (http://www.opsview.com/