Previous investment helped to double the size of Anturis' workforce, finalize and successfully launch the commercial version of its monitoring service and close deals with several business partners and customers worldwide.
"Today, website and network uptime is critical for most businesses," said Dmitry Chikhachev, Co-Founder and Managing Partner,
"Our mission is to keep the IT infrastructure of millions of businesses around the world up and running every minute of the day," said Sergey Nevstruev, Anturis CEO. "To accomplish this we have painstakingly developed the ideal solution, both comprehensive but simple to administer. With this round of funding, we will expand our worldwide reach and help eliminate 'downtime' from the business vocabulary."
Anturis is specifically tailored to meet the needs of SMBs that do not have advanced IT departments or a large IT budget. Anturis delivers enterprise-grade IT infrastructure monitoring and troubleshooting in a simple, affordable and easy-to-setup and use solution.
The Anturis IT monitoring solution provides the ability for: External monitoring and troubleshooting of Web services Internal monitoring of servers and applications Instant, reliable and actionable alerts Reports, graphs and intuitive infrastructure dashboard Drill down tools enable to find the root of problem for faster troubleshooting cPanel & WHM integration plugin
Anturis does not require extra hardware resources. There is no complex software to install and maintain, and users do not need to go through tedious configuration to get up and running with the solution.
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