IT management software provider SolarWinds has launched SolarWinds Hybrid Cloud Observability, built on the SolarWinds Platform.
The SolarWinds Platform offers organisations of any size the ability to accelerate their digital transformation efforts by providing a comprehensive and unified view of network environments.
As organisations progress their digital transformation initiatives, they’re modernising their operations, applications, and databases and leveraging hybrid and multi-cloud deployments — all while supporting existing, traditional workloads and systems. Organisations managing these complex, diverse, and distributed environments have amassed various monitoring and management tools across different teams. According to Gartner, “for overlapping toolsets — many enterprises already have upward of 15 monitoring tools and do not wish to add further complexity.”
As a result, ITOps, DevOps, and SecOps teams receive an overload of alerts and disjointed analytics and have difficulty accessing the actionable insights they need to quickly identify, prioritise, and resolve issues in business-critical services. These disparate tools can also be cumbersome to implement and manage, and they can become cost-prohibitive to maintain and scale, creating operational and business risks.
SolarWinds Hybrid Cloud Observability helps solve these problems through a full-stack solution designed to provide end-to-end oversight of service delivery and component dependencies, helping organisations shift from a reactive to proactive IT posture as they meet the challenges of today’s hybrid IT realities.
With Hybrid Cloud Observability, tech pros gain single-pane-of-glass monitoring with actionable intelligence to expedite problem resolution and enable proactive management. SolarWinds applies built-in intelligence and AIOps to its full-stack solution. The platform is built to help organisations continuously improve performance, availability, security, and digital experience across complex, diverse, and distributed hybrid and cloud environments.