Upcoming Webinar: The Wicked Problem of IT Performance Monitoring
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 | 10 am EDT
eG Enterprise is a comprehensive IT performance monitoring and management solution for enterprise IT environments. From a single-pane-of-glass, IT administrators can monitor all aspects of the infrastructure – servers, applications, virtualization, network, storage – whether they are deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or in hybrid environments.
With monitoring dashboards for each infrastructure component, correlated performance insights, automatic root cause diagnosis, built-in reports, and recommendations for analytics and optimization, eG Enterprise is a single-source solution to make IT infrastructure management effective and efficient.
eG Enterprise allows you to manage your entire IT infrastructure from a single web-based console, eliminating the need to toggle between multiple tools and management consoles—one for application, one for storage, yet another for network, and so on.
eG Enterprise provides a host of built-in control actions to simplify triage and troubleshooting:
eG Enterprise delivers unified performance visibility into multi-vendor devices and heterogeneous platforms. Monitor every layer and every tier of your IT infrastructure from a single pane of glass, diagnose performance issues, uncover the root cause, and get actionable insights for highly efficient performance management.
eG Enterprise provides unparalleled monitoring reach with support for 180+ enterprise applications, 10+ virtualization platforms, 20+ storage devices and 10+ operating systems. Supported modern infrastructures include hyper-converged platforms, Citrix, desktop virtualization, public cloud, and more. Easily extend monitoring for any custom application or device. View supported platforms and devices »
“With eG Enterprise, more than 70% of the time we can respond to an event and resolve the issue before the customer engages support. That results in about a 15 to 20% cost avoidance for us. eG Enterprise drastically improves our performance from an SLA standpoint. ”