Lately we have been tweeting and blogging about a SevOne announcement that is coming. The time is finally here. Early this morning, SevOne announced v5. Here are some of the key new features of v5:
Next week is Cisco Live London, and we will be in attendance. (I promise it will be more fun than that opening line.) SevOne will be camped out at booth G6. Come by and meet Vess Bakalov, CTO (who you know from all of the SevOne Whiteboard videos), Performance Pete and some other SevOne whiteboard video celebs, and other SevOne experts. They will all be giving demos throughout the week that showcase how our customers apply effective performance management best practices to address key management challenges associated with the following new projects and initiatives:
During a worldwide recession that has seen many of the established network management vendors fall to the wayside, and the virtual abandonment of new development in the network equipment management software portfolios, SevOne has grown rapidly. We have an indisputable reputation as the most scalable product in the industry, due to our innovative architecture which turns many of the core assumptions in performance data management upside down. Combining the cutting edge principles behind peer-to-peer sharing and big data clusters, SevOne provides a unique solution that is revolutionizing what can be expected from a single network performance management system. SevOne is capable of smoothly scaling to monitor millions of objects, across all monitoring technologies, while maintaining up to a year of raw data. This allows engineers to drill into the past with the same granularity as the real time data.A question we are often asked is, “How scalable is scalable?” Every product out there seems to put the scalability badge on their packaging, but what does it really mean? Even SMB offerings like SolarWinds make these claims, although their unlimited license comes with the fine print that up to 10K elements can safely be supported. Offerings from the Big 4 vendors do not come with such restrictions, but that does not mean they lack hard limitations (as any seasoned IT operations person will tell you).At SevOne, things are taken quite a bit further - what we aim to deliver is ‘speed-at-scale.‘ This is a mantra that is meant to guarantee that even as our product is asked to scale to unrepresented levels (in the 10 million element range), it will continue to operate with the same speed as it did during the initial lab test or proof of concept deployment. And here is where we have delivered real-world proof. At our largest deployment, the SevOne cluster of systems is managing over three million elements - this is over 60TB of performance data. And another SevOne customer will soon surpass this deployment size and have over 100TB of data under management. SevOne is not resting, though. We are already working hard on an internal initiative called the pCluster which will ensure that as our customers continue to grow, there is a tested path to over a petabyte of performance management data, while maintaining the same collection and reporting speed. This “big management data” set is an order of magnitude more than any of our competitors are even contemplating in their roadmaps.Combined with the industry’s broadest selection of supported monitoring and data collection technologies, this scalability is quickly making SevOne the system of choice for world class service providers and large enterprises. We have seized market leadership momentum from the established vendors such as CA, HP and IBM, increasing our market share in North America, and quickly growing into Europe and Asia. Besides our award winning technology, our company is also known for providing some of the best service and support in the industry.
While not trivial, figuring out what’s going on with networking equipment is fairly straightforward. There are a finite number of interfaces, some memory, and a few CPUs with a small number of processes running, performing a very limited set of actions.
SmartCEO is a regional magazine that emphasizes growing and upcoming companies, they have magazines in different metropolitan areas of the east coast. Annually, SmartCEO gives out awards for numerous reasons. One award is being on the SmartCEO Fast 50 List.
It’s January, 2011 is over and well it’s time to get started on your 2012 IT initiatives. Which we hope means you will be watching our new SevOne Whiteboard Videos. This month’s video features the one and only Performance Pete (that's what we like to call him and decided to rename him this year)!
On Monday, SevOne had another special visitor, U.S. Senator for Delaware, Chris Coons. You might remember our blog back in July, when Delaware Governor Jack Markell stopped by our headquarters in Wilmington, DE. Senator Coons sat down with our SevOne executives, and a member of our board of directors, to discuss IT technology and our growth and success in the network performance management market.
Happy New Year readers! Last year was a great year for our Rethink Performance Blog and we really enjoyed writing on key topics that are important to the network performance management market.
A pleasant surprise for our customers and partners is the unique SevOne SNMP Device Certification process - so much so, that our Device Certification process is a key point for customer satisfaction and a significant competitive advantage for us.
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