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Ceridian Selects Zenoss 5 to Manage Global IT Infrastructure

Zenoss Inc., the leader in unified IT monitoring and analytics software, today announced that Ceridian, a global human capital management technology company, has selected Zenoss 5 as its monitoring platform, to manage its rapidly growing, hybrid IT infrastructure.

THE ZENOSS DIFFERENCE: Ceridian needed a flexible system with a comprehensive set of tools. Ceridian chose Zenoss based on the availability of a wide range of existing pre-built plug-ins, ZenPacks, and on the ability to customize its environment as needed. Zenoss allows Ceridian teams to identify and monitor performance disruptions and issues easily, quickly, and holistically. This information supports initiatives for faster resolution to optimum performance.

The value proposition for Ceridian was the flexibility and extensibility of Zenoss to manage both the internal systems and hosted platforms that support its systems. Zenoss provides Ceridian the capability to manage its diverse environment with flexibility, ease-of-use, and integration capabilities that support future growth.

“I have built many multi-faceted models to help organizations understand right-sizing their IT infrastructure to support business goals,” says Scott Anderson, Vice President, Infrastructure, Ceridian. “Zenoss is an important component within Ceridian’s infrastructure that supports both hosted and physical locations.”

“Ceridian’s team of experienced IT professionals understands the importance of customer engagement and its direct correlation to technology,” says Brian Wilson, Senior Vice President, Customer Success, Zenoss. “Working alongside their team to further strengthen the infrastructure and maintain high quality customer-facing experience has been amazing.”

Published Monday, November 23, 2015 9:10 AM by David Marshall
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