(Gawkwire.com) – LogicMonitor has recently enhanced its flagship LogicMonitor data center monitoring solution, which was set to coincide with its presence at the Citrix Synergy Summit 2010. With the enhancements, LogicMonitor now includes Citrix XenServer monitoring as part of its web-based service, which delivers in-depth monitoring of any virtualized environment, right out of the box, and without any configuration required. Administrators and managers get real-time views into the health and performance of their infrastructure from anywhere, and enjoy the unique benefits of having one unified, comprehensive monitoring solution for all their systems including NetScalers and Citrix XenServer.
“One of the most valuable benefits of LogicMonitor’s Hosted Monitoring solution is that it offers a unified system for monitoring everything, from load balancers to hypervisors to servers to storage gear,” said LogicMonitor CEO Steve Francis. “Rather than relying on multiple different monitoring systems, our clients get everything they need from one place—that’s a serious time and cost-saving benefit, and LogicMonitor is the only solution that offers that capability.”
LogicMonitor allows data center operators to reclaim the hours of tedious work they might spend manually building and maintaining their own monitoring system, and get right to the important work—addressing issues before they escalate into outages. It monitors everything and ensures that everything is up to date, automatically.
Attendees are invited to stop by Booth #608 to check out a demo of LogicMonitor Hosted Monitoring, and those unable to attend the Citrix Synergy Summit can find details regarding LogicMonitor’s support of XenServer here http://www.logicmonitor.com/monitoring/virtualization/citrix-xenserver-monitoring/, and of NetScalers here: http://www.logicmonitor.com/monitoring/monitoring-load-balancers/netscaler-monitoring/, or request a fully supported 14-day free trial that will have them up and running in approximately 20 minutes. The free trial sign-up form is at LogicMonitor.com.