Who said monitoring tools can’t score a perfect 10?

A Perfect 10. What do you associate it with this? Is it the symbol of perfection? Soccer has an obsession with the number. It has appeared on the jerseys of stars that include Pele, Maradona, and Messi. A score of 10, previously unattainable, became attainable in gymnastics during the 1976 Olympics, when a slight Romanian girl named Nadia Comăneci redefined what was possible on the uneven parallel bars.  The number 10 has even played a role even in the IT world: Apple Computer proclaimed OS-X Mountain Lion to be the best OS version it ever built.

The number 10 has been much on our minds at  ManageEngine, too. Why? In the last 10 days have we have loaded Site 24X7, our SaaS-based application-monitoring solution, with its latest feature set. We have raised the scalability bar of OpManager, too, so that it can now monitor 1 million interfaces — at what is still the most affordable price in the market.

Today, though, today is the day of our biggest news yet: we are delighted to announce the biggest and yet the most simplified version of our unified IT-management solution: IT360 v10.0.

Two words that highlight this release are BIG and SIMPLE (and think for a moment, about how unusual it is to see these two words together in the IT world!). We are proud to claim that this is the biggest release solely because of the 10 massive, power-packed features being shipped with this release. We have considered feedback from our valuable customers to bring in a level of simplicity and clarity in the way the product operates. We have also modified the information  display on the unified dashboard. IT360 has been on the market for close to 3 years. Since its inception, the USP of IT360 has been its ability to manage IT operations and IT services with ITIL best-practices from its unified console.

We released the beta version in April, 2013. Since then, we have been doing product demonstrations to solicit customer feedback. Jason Beckett, an enterprise system administrator at Prime Healthcare Services in the USA, says, “We have a huge infrastructure that is spread across several locations. Being able to capture all of our systems automatically rather than relying on an import of a .CSV file will greatly ease the administrative overhead. Our company is growing through acquisitions, so the auto-discovery feature will greatly streamline the process of adding all of the devices from  the new companies we are adding to ours.” We heard you, Jason

So here is a sneak peek into the latest features that’ll make a difference to your current IT management setup:

Unified Discovery: IT360 can now discover network, application, and storage infrastructure from a single discovery engine. It can categorize the discovered devices automatically and give you an option to populate them in the built-in CMDB.

Enterprise Search: An industry-first attempt to mine structured data from the RDBMS of various applications. IT360 ships this feature as part of the package at no additional cost. Administrators and non-IT users can use key words to search and view data from third-party applications without having to understanding SQL-database schemas.

APM-Insight: The application performance management module of IT360 provides an additional monitoring metric that ensures best end-user experience. IT360 can now monitor user-satisfaction levels by using Apdex scores of the applications running on Java, .NET, and Ruby on Rails.

There are more important features along with a major GUI enhancement that come with the product. Read more about IT360 10.0 and how it scores the perfect 10. You can also download a free trial version of the product, or visit the demo setup to see it in action.

Go ahead and give it a try by downloading it for free. We look forward to hearing your thoughts!



Related links:

More about the 10.0: http://bit.ly/17zG9yd

Free Download link: http://bit.ly/K48myz

Live demo link: http://bit.ly/17zNlKP

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