Corvil, a Dublin-based provider of operational performance monitoring, has debuted a new range of solutions for monitoring applications and services.
The new CorvilNet release introduces real-time operational performance monitoring for voice over IP and video, database systems and web-delivered applications. The new offering also adds auto-detection and configuration for application protocols, enhanced matrix switch support, richer business alerting, and enhanced graphical user interface (GUI) reporting capabilities.
Corvil VP of product management Donal O'Sullivan characterizes the release as an advance in bringing integrated business intelligence and IT performance into closer alignment.
Jim Frey, VP of research at consultancy Enterprise Management Associates, says that firms shifting their IT best practices toward converged, application-centric IT operations have opted to deploy products that can supply actionable operational intelligence in real-time. "The Corvil solution has been built specifically for such purposes, leveraging the highly valuable network perspective to provide rich, real-time visibility into application transactions and performance," he says.
Over 40 customers have deployed early versions of the new solution. In a recent independent survey by TechValidate, 35 percent of CorvilNet improved their mean time to resolution for business critical issues by 70 percent or more, and 71% improved by 50 percent or more.
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