SevOne Tackles Big Data Growth With Mobile App, Appliance
The new appliance also offers compatibility with existing SevOne appliances and clusters.Network monitoring and reporting solutions provider SevOne announced the Nov. 29 release of an appliance targeting large enterprises facing massive network growth, data center space optimization and big data challenges, as well as a mobile application designed to provide network administrators with real-time visibility into global network health across one or many networks. The platform allows organizations to monitor more than 200,000 network elements from a single appliance and a single server rack can now monitor more than 4.2 million elements, more than a threefold increase in monitoring capacity over the existing SevOne appliance. The new appliance also offers compatibility with existing SevOne appliances and clusters. "SevOne's new appliance offers the greatest scalability on the market today, and only uses a single appliance," power-supply specialist Telonic's Managing Director Andreas Schlechter said. "The single install of a SevOne appliance saves on consumption of data storage space and energy, by reducing the hardware platform footprint and implementation time. And the mobile app provides an elegant way to proactively receive critical IT information any time, anywhere." The company said this improvement in capacity could help reduce data center space requirements, energy consumption and management costs. Compared with an equivalent number of existing SevOne appliances, the new appliance represents a 70 percent decrease in physical footprint and power consumption. The appliances collect and store one year of raw performance data without requiring aggregation. For users requiring virtual appliance deployments or a combination of virtual and physical appliances, the SevOne solution can also be deployed on VMware vSphere, alongside SevOne physical appliances.
SevOne appliances are designed to support big data performance management and automatically run baselines across each data point collected, thus helping maintain service-level agreements (SLAs) and deliver continuous operation. Cloud and virtualization management is also part of the company's network performance management solutions, offering real-time visibility into both virtual and physical environments.