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SolarWinds and CopperEgg Team Up to Deliver SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor

CopperEgg, Corp., a cloud monitoring and analytics company, today announced that it has joined forces with SolarWinds to offer SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor powered by CopperEgg, a new free tool that provides real-time monitoring for up to two servers running in public and private clouds. With SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor, IT professionals can troubleshoot cloud-based performance problems through real-time analytics and alerting on server, OS, system, and process issues.

Enterprises who are utilizing or testing cloud computing and software-defined datacenter architectures can use SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor to automatically detect and alert on server, system, and operating system issues in public cloud environments like Amazon EC2, Rackspace, or Microsoft Azure or private cloud environments. SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor capabilities include:

  • Windows, Linux, MacOS, and FreeBSD monitoring
  • Configurable alerts and multi-user access
  • 5-second monitoring resolution
  • No system polling, push-only
  • Delivered as a SaaS service
  • Simple and easy installation in 10-seconds

“With the growing adoption of cloud environments, IT pros are looking for new, simple, and fast ways to monitor their cloud servers,” said Denny LeCompte, SolarWinds Vice President of Products. “By working with CopperEgg, we’re able to offer SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor as a free tool to help accelerate the adoption of cloud services for our customers.”

More information and a free download are available for SolarWinds Cloud Performance Monitor on the SolarWinds website.

Published Tuesday, October 23, 2012 3:18 PM by David Marshall
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