Tag Archives: application services

CopperEgg’s RevealCloud v3 Delivers First Real-Time System Process Monitoring Service

CopperEgg’s RevealCloud v3 Delivers First Real-Time System Process Monitoring Service CopperEgg’s RevealCloud v3 delivers first real-time server process monitoring service and supports larger server deployments with features ideal for both DevOps and IT System Administrators. (Austin, Texas  March 26, 2012) CopperEgg, Corp., a real-time monitoring and analytics company, today announced the release of RevealCloud™ v3, the

VMware Offers Micro Cloud Foundry as a Free Download

VMware Offers Micro Cloud Foundry as a Free Download VMware has announced the beta availability of Micro Cloud Foundry as a free download at http://micro.cloudfoundry.com. Micro Cloud Foundry is a complete version of the industry’s first open Platform as a Service (PaaS) solution, Cloud Foundry. Cloud Foundry delivers access to modern, high productivity frameworks and

CopperEgg™ Secures $2 Million to Bring Real-Time Analytics to the Cloud

CopperEgg™ Secures $2 Million to Bring Real-Time Analytics to the Cloud RevealCloud High-Frequency Data Sampling Redefines Performance Monitoring Paradigm AUSTIN, Texas, July 12, 2010 – CopperEgg, Corp., the real-time analytics company, today announced $2 million in Series A funding and the launch of RevealCloud™, a SaaS-based performance monitoring solution that helps companies accelerate the delivery

Symphony Services Spins off SUMMUS Software

Palo Alto, Calif., June 21, 2011 – Symphony Services today announced it has established its award-winning IT service management offering, SUMMIT, as its own company.  The new company, SUMMUS Software Inc., will aggressively advance SUMMIT’s goals of driving significant improvements to distributed IT governance, service levels and productivity—while addressing global management challenges via the broadest

IaaS and PaaS to disappear by 2012

IaaS and PaaS to disappear by 2012 Cloud computing comes with its own unique acronyms, which can at times make it a confusing space to work in. The two key acronyms people know are: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): The provider gives you on-demand access to compute infrastructure, with console access (RDP or SSH) to