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  • Ecosystem of services and applications spans many environments (Physical, virtual and cloud)
  • Netflow is a new and emerging way to characterize and profile applications and how the behave across a network:Example:Virtual Desktop – identifying latency between users and the virtual desktop infrastructure (can’t be done with regular network example.OrWho Is download music, moves, or watching YouTube the most
  • EC2 is great for experimenting for Businesses, but monitoring is crucialPodcast: EC2 is the perfect development environment
  • Evolution of Mid-enterprise from Reactive to Proactive from break fix to automationUptime is the brain and vOrchestrator is the handsExample: Webfront end story

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  • New Release of up.time
    uptime software inc.
    May, 2010
  • Mid-Enterprise IT: Increasing Complexity
    An increasingly complex environment to monitor, coupled with very constrained resources
    Mid-Enterprise IT
  • Mid-Enterprise: The IT Challenges
  • “up.time” from uptime software
    • Deep and affordable server monitoring for Mid-Enterprises, with easy management of virtual, physical and cloudresources through a single pane of glass that can ensure service levels to business users with proactive outage avoidance and automated healing.
  • Deep Monitoring for Mid-Enterprises
    Simple per-physical-server pricing. No tiers or add-ons.
    Deeper metrics without the complexity of “Enterprise” tools.
    Easy and quick to install. Deployment in less than 1-day.
  • Simple Management: Physical, Virtual, Cloud
    Single pane of glass across virtual, physical, cloud.
    Deep virtualization functionality for identifying virtualization candidates, SLA monitoring and optimizing VM density.
    Visibility across 1,000’s of servers and multiple datacenters.
  • Outage Avoidance & Automated Healing
    Easily map business services to infrastructure for SLA management.
    Avoid incidents by easily identifying problem infrastructure/applications.
    Automatically add and remove resources as needed.
    Better capacity visibility to optimize resources over time.
    Levels of IT Maturity
    Automate Break/Fix
    Automated Outage Avoidance
    Fast Break/Fix
    Capacity Planning
  • What’s New in up.time
    Official Launch and Customer Availability: May, 17 2010
    Available to Public: June 2, 2010
  • What’s new in up.time 5.3?
    Cloud: Amazon EC2 Monitoring
    Improved SLA Monitoring/Reporting
    Enhanced Proactive Monitoring Support
  • NetFlow
    Easily Identify: Top Applications, Conversations, Flows, Protocols, Domains, Countries, Subnets, etc.
    Easily Track: Repeat offenders history. Create a Unique Index (UI) to manage traffic counts. Locate machines involved with DoS attacks or infected with viruses.
    Historical Netflow Data: Unlimited amounts of past NetFlow data, raw flows.
    Network Behavior Analysis: Algorithms perform Network Behavior Analysis on flows across all routers / switches.
  • Cloud Monitoring: Amazon EC2 (Phase 1)
    Pre-Configured for Amazon EC2 Deployment – up.time provides a pre-configured Amazon EC2 Machine Image for easy deployment in the Amazon Cloud.
    Monitor Cloud from the Cloud – using up.time, resources in the cloud can be monitored close to where they reside eliminating risk associated with monitoring across networks or other environments
    Local Resources Not Needed – running up.time in the cloud eliminates the cost of buying and maintaining local hardware to monitor cloud assets.
  • Enhanced SLA Monitoring & Reporting
    Set up SLAs in 10 Minutes or Less: Point, click, done.
    Dry-Run Your SLAs: Use up.time’s historical data to dry-run potential SLAs, and see if you would have hit or missed an SLA before you agree to it.
    Map Services and Business Units to Infrastructure: up.time is one of the only products that maps at the infrastructure level, allowing you to monitor the SLA, and see all the applications and hardware in the delivery. Priceless for trouble shooting.
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    Proactive Outage Avoidance
    • Dynamically add/remove resources
    • Identify and auto-fix problem infrastructure and applications
    • Tie alerts and thresholds to automated actions
    Monitor Runtime variables
  • Measuring Proactive IT Progress
    “Death by a thousand cuts”
    “Bee sting”
    “Happy Place”
  • Problem
    Needed to monitor and mange large Virtual and Physical environments, including servers and applications.
    Wanted fast identification of potential virtualization candidate servers
    Wanted SLA management
    Wanted automation capabilities.
    Consolidated 135 servers down to 7
    A Single Tool now manages and monitors virtual/physical environments, infrastructure, applications
    Why Mt. Sinai Chose up.time?
    Single View: Virtual and Physical from a single dashboard.
    Leveraging Virtualization: Deep VMware monitoring, identifies consolidation candidates, optimizes VM density, ensures end-user performance
    Outage Avoidance: can avoid outages with capacity planning and automated up.time capabilities.
    SLA Monitoring and Reporting: Ensures service level targets are hit, provides business style reports for executives.
    “Now it's practically easy," says Prateek Dwivedi, CIO. “up.time monitors our service levels, performs capacity planning, and helps with migration of both Hyper-V and VMware-based servers, as well as a range of Unix servers and specialized applications. We quickly consolidated 135 [physical] servers down to seven.”
  • Contact Us
    Nick Johnson, Director of Marketing