It’s hard to keep tabs on all corners of the network, isn’t it? IBM says it feels your pain. Datamation has the details on the latest from Big Blue, a subscription-based monitoring service to give enterprises of all sizes a clearer sense of what’s happening across the network and quickly address outages and bottlenecks.
IBM this week rolled out a new cloud-based datacenter management suite that it says will give IT administrators a central point of control to monitor network activity and help prevent outages that can bring enterprise datacenters to a screeching halt.
Tivoli Live Monitoring Services is now available in a subscription model from IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) cloud. It offers “enterprise-class” monitoring capabilities as a service, giving business customers a snapshot view of all their disparate operating systems, virtualized servers, middleware and software and software applications.
“With digital information as the lifeblood of more organizations, even the smallest companies or divisions consider the datacenter’s functionality mission-critical,” Al Zollar, general manager of IBM Tivoli, said in a statement.
“With this new service, IBM is delivering our smartest datacenter software in which businesses choose and pay for what they need,” he added.