A major supermarket chain in the Southern US required a unified system under a single product line that allowed for upscaling. Consolidating all of their platforms into Netreo’s easy to use UI increased efficiency by 77%.
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A leading healthcare organization in the Northeastern US needed a consolidated network monitoring solution that provides a single global view of the whole enterprise. Netreo provided the backbone for a functioning and cooperative IT department while also cutting costs.
Embee needed a solution that provided deeper visibility into customers’ mission-critical Azure and AWS resources than the native tools provided by Microsoft and AWS. CloudMonix by Netreo made it simple for Embee to extend the platform and was the perfect fit for their service.
Data center demands in the US are ever-growing. Whether for project management or merely keeping IT infrastructure up and running, many businesses across America need them.
The data center is a remarkably complex structure. However, they are crucial to the everyday running of even the smallest businesses and enterprises. Whether in-house, cloud, or hybrid, the average data center management requires specialist knowledge and meticulous oversight for max efficiency.
When it comes to data centers, what is ‘peak performance’? Is it a case of using a data center monitoring system so that it works to full capacity?
Some of the most common DevOps monitoring challenges we hear about from customers are things that might be all too familiar to some of you.
We’re not going to sugar coat it – network management is a drag. The most common pain points we hear customers talking about are a lack of a single view into all of IT, over-alerting, and the admin overhead required to keep the whole thing working.
An application is not just a small part of any business. It would be wise enough to say that an application itself is a company’s business in today’s digital world.
A lack of standardization and minimal best practices, plus the use of a multitude of siloed monitoring and management tools, had the SimonMed IT team flying blind when it came to the performance, availability, and utilization of their infrastructure.