Paessler AG, the innovative network monitoring specialist, today announced its participation in the Fujitsu Alliance Program to help their customers more effectively monitor and manage their critical IT infrastructure. This is the culmination of continued collaboration that integrates Paessler’s PRTG Network Monitor with Fujitsu’s Software ServerView Suite, enabling efficient and simplified management of FUJITSU PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST servers.
PRTG is an all-in-one unified monitoring solution that makes it easy for system administrators to know what is happening across their entire IT infrastructure, including networks, systems, hardware, applications and devices, at any point in time. Highly customizable dashboards make it easy to monitor everything from the overall health of the network, to the performance of individual devices and granular details such as the speed of fans in individual servers. PRTG also alerts administrators when any pre-determined performance thresholds of their choosing are met ensuring that they are the first to know if a problem arises.
Fujitsu’s Software ServerView Suite is a management tool and platform from Fujitsu that dramatically simplifies the administration of industry-standard servers and enables IT to manage them from one console. Providing everything needed to fully manage server lifecycles in a wide range of environments, the Software ServerView Suite covers all server assets, including those on premises, in the cloud and in virtualized environments.
Using the Software ServerView Suite, system administrators can quickly deploy, control, dynamize, maintain and integrate all of the servers under their control - all while ensuring that the business functions that rely on them benefit from a highperformance infrastructure. By integrating the platform with PRTG, the management of servers can now be orchestrated while simultaneously seeing what is happening across the IT infrastructure in its entirety, without the need of any plug-in to be downloaded.
“For the enterprises around the world that rely on Fujitsu and its PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST servers, and that manage them through the Software ServerView Suite, full integration with PRTG will bring the peace of mind that comes with knowing that they are monitored for optimal performance at all times,” said Christian Twardawa, CEO of Paessler AG. “As a result of this, you can manage and monitor all of you servers from one console.”
Additional aspects of the collaboration include:
• Paessler’s participation in the Fujitsu Alliance Program will enable Fujitsu’s partners to offer an all-in-one network monitoring solution that not only enables customers to oversee their Fujitsu IT infrastructure in its entirety, but also all of the networks, hardware, applications and devices that tap into it; and
• Paessler created purpose build sensors designed specifically to monitor the health and performance of Fujitsu’s PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST servers.
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