Market leader in software-defined IT operations, Zenoss, announced that it has been recognized as a representative vendor in ‘Gartner’s Market Guide for IT Infrastructure Monitoring Tools’.
The Gartner Market Guide defines emerging markets and explains the attributes of representative vendor’s offerings and their likeliness to evolve. According to Gartner, “With the onset of more modular and cloud-centric architectures, many organizations with disparate monitoring tools are reassessing their monitoring landscape. I&O leaders must adopt more holistic IT infrastructure monitoring tools to gain visibility into their IT landscape.”
Zenoss Inc. delivers end-to-end monitoring and analytics, and the application and infrastructure services are managed by intelligent software operations. The Zenoss Cloud is the first SaaS-based intelligent IT operations management platform that streams and normalizes all machine data, uniquely enabling the emergence of context for preventing service disruptions in complex, modern IT environments. The platform leverages the most powerful machine learning and real-time analytics of streaming data to give companies the ability to scale and adapt to the changing needs of their businesses.
“Zenoss was designed from the ground up to help manage today’s complex and dynamic IT environments, automating application and service uptime and providing real-time insights across multi-cloud and on-premises environments,” said Brian Wilson, Chief Customer Officer at Zenoss. “We’re extremely proud to be identified by Gartner as a representative vendor in IT infrastructure monitoring.”
Other representative vendors recognized by Gartner in the report are Datadog, GroundWork, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, ManageEngine, OP5, Paessler AG, ScienceLogic, SolarWinds, Virtual Instruments, AccelOps, Centerity, IBM, Infosim, CA Technologies, Kaseya, LogicMonitor, Microsoft, Nagios, Netevidence, Icinga, Ipswitch, Opmantek, Opsview, SevOne, Statseeker, Teknodreams Software Consulting, Vistara, VMware and Zabbix.