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BlueStripe Software First to Deliver End-to-End Transaction Monitoring in Azure Hybrid Cloud Environments

BlueStripe Software raised the bar in Cloud performance monitoring today, announcing full functionality and support for its FactFinder Transaction Monitoring solution in Microsoft Azure Hybrid Cloud environments. With this announcement, FactFinder becomes the first and only transaction and application performance monitoring solution to track transactions end-to-end across Hybrid environments that include systems in both the data center and in the Azure Cloud.

"As enterprise organizations deploy applications in more complicated Hybrid environments, tracking transactions across the data center and the cloud is critical to maintaining appropriate performance and availability levels," said Chris Neal, BlueStripe CEO and co-founder. "BlueStripe FactFinder breaks through the barriers between the systems operating in the on-site data center and those running in an Azure cloud, whether Platform as a Service or Infrastructure as a Service."

The announcement marks a continuing trend of partnership activities between BlueStripe and Microsoft, which began with BlueStripe announcing the availability of a Dynamic Application Maps Management Pack for Microsoft System Center Operations Manager. BlueStripe has recently announced further support for Microsoft System Center components Orchestrator and Service Manager, providing dynamic application maps and transaction performance alerts to the System Center platform.

BlueStripe will be demonstrating this ability at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Houston the week of July 7th, as well as in a series of webinars with analysts and customers starting this summer.

On Wednesday, July 31, Cloud Operations analyst Dave Bartoletti from Forrester will join BlueStripe to deliver a live Hybrid Cloud Management Webinar on the state of Cloud adoption, service delivery, and performance management.

BlueStripe's FactFinder automatically discovers, maps, and monitors all business transactions running across the data center and the Cloud. FactFinder measures performance, hop-by-hop, everywhere that transactions go, across tiers, across platforms, and across architectures - even into virtual machines, public, private, and hybrid cloud, as well as third party services. When performance or availability problems occur, FactFinder follows the slow or hung transaction right to the problem component, and then drills down the server stack to determine why the problem occurred.

You can learn more about FactFinder's Azure Monitoring capabilities as well as register for the upcoming Web Seminar series by visiting
Published Monday, July 08, 2013 6:42 PM by David Marshall
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