Opstera, a cloud-based health management and capacity optimization provider for Windows Azure has released an updated version of its AzureOps service.
AzureOps is said to allow customers to compose, monitor, and manage disparate cloud services as a single unified cloud application. These services include Azure infrastructure (IaaS) and platform services (PaaS), as well as third party software as a service (SaaS) offerings such as email, messaging, and web analytics. Opstera’s new service improves health management for cloud applications through intuitive dashboards, threshold-based analytics, and configurable alerts, allowing IT managers to quickly make informed decisions to optimize performance and minimize costs.
Ranjith Ramakrishnan, Chief Technical Officer & Co-Founder, Opstera said, “Increasingly, businesses find themselves piecing together multiple views to understand the overall health of their application because they are deploying applications that span many different cloud services. By making the application the central focal point, Opstera takes a fresh approach to cloud operations by helping customers to bridge the IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS continuum.”
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