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GroundWork Open Source Releases Major Update to On-Premise Monitoring Platform

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Information technology (IT) administrators overwhelmed with the variety of available tools to monitor the performance of the physical, virtual and cloud-based systems comprising their network can now have an enhanced unified view of their infrastructure with GroundWork Monitor, a comprehensive monitoring platform by GroundWork Open Source, Inc. The release of GroundWork Monitor 7.2 offers organizations new dynamic visualization and analysis tools with integrations of InfluxDB and Grafana that enable better data access and understanding of variations in systems performance.”

Thomas Stocking, director of Systems Engineering at GroundWork Open Source, commented, “The monitoring industry has become extremely cloudy as organizations incorporate larger data sets from the growing monitoring toolset… GroundWork Monitor 7.2 addresses the increasingly complex need for monitoring computing systems, applications, networks and storage system performance. Whether using modern open source or customized solutions, GroundWork unifies performance tools so IT can quickly identify and correct service interruptions, lags or losses.”

The release adds, “Key Enhancements to GroundWork Monitor 7.2: (1) InfluxDB to handle larger data sets and leverage time series data to identify performance trends. (2) Grafana to quickly create dashboards and graphically display metrics, show data points from multiple sources on a single graph, and compare metrics from different time periods. (3) Cloudera Connector for GroundWork Cloud Hub, enabling organizations to easily access the metrics published by Cloudera, a platform for big data analysis. (4) Integration with more open source agents. (5) User-configurable alerts and thresholds. (6) Enhanced connectors to monitoring VMware and AWS.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

Photo credit: GroundWork

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