Ipswitch, world leader in secure data transfer and network monitoring, announced WhatsUp Gold 2018 with major enhancements, including performance monitoring of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure cloud deployments, Meraki cloud managed wireless systems, Dell Compellent storage devices and Outlook 365. Ipswitch’s customers now have an at-a-glance dashboard and an interactive map for visibility into the status and performance of networks, servers, storage devices and applications across on-premises and cloud with a single network interface.
"IT professionals wear multiple hats and can’t afford to invest large amounts of time trying to extract the information they need from disparate management tools,” said Austin O’Malley, Chief Product Officer at Ipswitch. “The latest version of WhatsUp Gold meets the growing needs of our customers with even smarter discovery, a new overview dashboard to view key metrics and overall health quickly."
WhatsUp Gold 2018 delivers automatic discovery of your networked environment and displays your entire physical, virtual and cloud environment in a unique interactive map to enable truly proactive end-to-end performance monitoring and troubleshooting.
"I wanted to be in control of what was scanned, and the saved scan window makes this easy to do,” said Timothy Walsh, Senior IT Architect at American Electric Power Company. “I was up and running within a short time with little concern that I'd missed anything. The new dashboards come with standards that allow me to see my devices and any problems quickly and easily. The ability to modify my dashboards and share new ones also makes this a powerful tool. It can be used to setup a network operations monitoring center or just a local dashboard that I look at on my desktop. The flexibility is there for either use."
WhatsUp Gold gives users comprehensive monitoring including network devices, network traffic, servers (including Windows and Linux), hypervisors (including VMWare and Hyper-V), storage devices (including NetApp, EMC and Dell Compellent, wireless devices (including Cisco Meraki), web servers (including IIS and Apache), Java environments, cloud environments availability (for both AWS and Azure), and applications including Outlook 365 – all through a single interface.
WhatsUp Gold provides powerful search and filtering by device type or state. Powerful map overlays allow easy viewing of network dependencies, wireless networks, virtual environments, cloud resources and interface utilization. IT professionals can see the overall picture and then drill down to specific device types facilitating troubleshooting and assuring the fastest time to problem resolution.
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