New release introduces Business Value Dashboard (BVD) approach to mission
critical monitoring of enterprise applications and services on a global scale
Corvil [http://www.corvil.com ], a provider of Operational Performance Monitoring (OPM) for the world's leading enterprise businesses, today announced general availability of a new range of solutions aimed at monitoring the performance and health of mission critical enterprise applications and services. The new CorvilNet release introduces real-time operational performance monitoring for unified communications (voice over IP [http://www.corvil.com/Solutions/Enterprise/VoIP.aspx ] and video), database systems [http://www.corvil.com/Solutions/Enterprise/Application-and-Database.aspx ] and web-delivered applications [http://www.corvil.com/Solutions/Enterprise/Web-Application-Delivery.aspx ]. The new offering also adds auto-detection and configuration for application protocols, enhanced matrix switch support, richer business alerting, and enhanced GUI reporting capabilities.
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As IT infrastructure increases in speed and complexity, there is a growing requirement for real-time monitoring solutions that can bring clarity and transparency to the management of that infrastructure. Used extensively by the global financial markets community for the last five years, CorvilNet is now being used to monitor other business critical infrastructures across the Enterprise.
Unique to the Corvil solutions is the Business Value Dashboard (BVD) approach to reporting the performance, health and activity relating to these mission critical enterprise applications and services. Gartner recently defined the concept of the Business Value Dashboard (BVD) as a dashboard that uses a subjective and metrics-driven approach to demonstrate the direct impact of I&O (Infrastructure and Operations) as it relates to business performance and objectives.
"We worked with our customers and partners in defining this release, and are encouraged by its rapid adoption," said Corvil VP of Product Management,
Over 40 customers globally have deployed early versions of the new solution reflecting a growing demand for solutions like CorvilNet that provide a vertically integrated view of the user experience, the application, and the network on one screen at enterprise scale. In a recent independent survey of CorvilNet users, conducted by TechValidate, 100% of respondents said they would recommend CorvilNet OPM to a friend or colleague. When asked about the improvement in time to resolve issues, 35% of organisations improved their mean time to resolution for business critical issues by 70% or more (Source: TechValidate. TVID: C2B-F7D-375), and 71% improved by 50% or more (Source: TechValidate. TVID: 204-55E-951).
The latest version of CorvilNet is available today.
Corvil provides Operational Performance Monitoring (OPM) for IT. The Corvil platform extracts real-time operational intelligence from wire data and uses this intelligence to analyse the performance of IT applications and services, detect and alert on events in real-time and export enriched data for business intelligence and risk management analysis. Customers use Corvil to optimise and safeguard the operational performance of their business processes and services. The Corvil platform uniquely handles the demands of high-performance, low-latency and data intensive IT environments. The company was founded in 2000 and operates from
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