End Type: Platform
For the past 6 years, we’ve built a strong partnership with VMware to deliver dozens of our metric monitoring integrations to VMware vRealize® Operations customers. Over that time, the True Visibility Suite of products has become a critical piece of the vRealize Operations landscape. It unlocks the power of vRealize Operations for customers looking to manage their entire enterprise stack from a single tool. Due to the success of the relationship and a desire to provide a seamless process for our shared customers, VMware acquired the True Visibility Suite from Blue Medora and will move forward with True Visibility Suite as a VMware solution. We at Blue Medora couldn’t be happier to see this powerful collection of tools reach more VMware customers.
So what’s next for Blue Medora?
Over the past several years, apart from our VMware business, Blue Medora has launched a number of market defining products, most recently BindPlane. BindPlane is the first of its kind monitoring integration as a service platform. BindPlane brings hundreds of metrics and monitoring integrations to half a dozen monitoring platforms.
New Strategy Provides Disruptive Open Source Observability Solutions for DevOps and ITOps
GRAND RAPIDS, MI. – July 21, 2020 – observIQ, a global leader of open source observability solutions for DevOps and ITOps, is being unveiled today. Blue Medora is launching this new brand after VMware’s acquisition of its True Visibility Suite team and products. With a specific focus on developing next-generation agent technologies, observIQ leverages over a decade of expertise in logs and metrics monitoring to emerge as a disruptor in the observability space. A key component of that strategy is observIQ’s high performance open source log agent, also being announced today.
“With log data growing exponentially, we set out to deliver a solution that radically changes how enterprise customers deal with massive amounts of machine data at cloud scale. Commercial solutions such as Splunk are too costly and inflexible, and today’s existing open source solutions don’t scale at the log agent level,” explained Bekim Protopapa, observIQ CEO. “The observIQ open source log agent extends the Elastic stack with unmatched technical performance - up to 10x faster than other leading log agents...
Blue Medora is thrilled to announce that we have entered into a definitive agreement for the True Visibility Suite team and products to be acquired by VMware. Blue Medora and VMware have partnered together for years, expanding vRealize Operations’ self-driving management scope and support for packaged applications, middleware, data center infrastructure and public clouds via management packs. We are excited that our customers will benefit from tighter integration and a more seamless customer experience. Learn More >
This is part 3 of our 3 part Google Cloud (GCP) and SAP blog series. This entry focuses on monitoring Google Cloud hosting SAP, keeping it healthy, and reducing downtime while troubleshooting. Read parts 1 and 2 for more background before jumping into Monitoring Google Cloud hosting SAP
Migrating SAP to Google Cloud: What’s Next?
So you have successfully migrated your SAP environment from on-prem to Google Cloud. Great! But your job’s not done yet, and unfortunately, it never really will be. We all know that implementing a new system architecture is never just a one and done deal. To get the most out of Google Cloud hosting SAP, and ensure that it is all running smoothly, you will want to strictly monitor the system’s performance and how it affects your business processes. Since SAP is the home to many crucial...
This is part 2 of our 3 part Google Cloud and SAP blog series. This entry focuses on creating an SAP on Google Cloud Migration Plan.
Now whether this is your first-time using SAP or you are migrating your existing ERP infrastructure from on-premises to Google Cloud (GCP), you will want to take the time to create a comprehensive migration plan. The biggest key to your success is to be adequately prepared for implementation and to have contingency plans in place for any problems that may arise. By consulting every resource at your disposal, you can prepare a successful deployment plan for migration.
So You’re Migrating to the Cloud (Architecture Review)
When creating your SAP on Google Cloud migration plan, the first step is to review the IT infrastructure that is currently in place. In part 1 of our SAP blog series, we discuss reviewing your existing IT environment...