ScienceLogic announced that its data center and cloud management platform now provides service providers and enterprises with granular, multi-tenant visibility into their NetApp Storage environments, helping them to pinpoint the source of bottlenecks, resolve service-impacting issues quickly and efficiently, and understand the impact of storage issues on the business.
This latest update also enhances ScienceLogic's existing monitoring capabilities for NetApp's FlexPod reference architecture, providing a single solution to monitor all components that make up the FlexPod, enabling discrete availability, performance, and exceptions to be assessed in context with each other for more rapid troubleshooting and analysis.
Because multi-tenancy is uniquely built into the ScienceLogic platform from the ground up, NetApp performance data is automatically understood in business context. As a result, service providers are able to see the impact of a service degradation or outage on a specific customer or set of customers, and enterprises can see the specific business applications or services that are impacted by a NetApp outage.
"Data is only important if you can understand what to do with it," said Jeremy Sherwood, Product Manager for Cloud, Virtualization, and Storage Management at ScienceLogic. "For monitoring and management tools, data collection is a given. The true value for our customers is our ability to put the data in context and make it actionable and meaningful, not just for IT operations but also for the business. The ScienceLogic NetApp management solution is unique because it automatically and intelligently discovers, maps, and monitors all storage infrastructure components and then aligns those components in relationship with each other and to specific IT services and customer impact."