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Global Launch of StackState

Posted by Joey Compeer on Apr 25, 2016 3:34:48 PM
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The global launch of StackState on Thursday 21 April was a great success. Attendees of the webinar said they liked the StackState approach and user interface. The global launch webinar is now publicly available. 


StackState consolidates multiple Dev/Ops tools in a full stack overview, provides insights into the health of the stack, automates problem finding and helps Dev/Ops engineers fix and prevent failures to create the Zero Downtime Enterprise. During the webinar we showed how StackState:


  • Sees real-time business service availability and health
Fulfill your SLAs or XLAs with a real-time view of services availability and health. StackState lets you track service uptime at a glance, with the business service view.
  • Reduces downtime with automated full stack root cause analysis
When business services turn orange or red, the view automatically expand, show the location and path to the technical component where the problem originates. With automated root cause analyses you don't lose time when it's downtime. 
  • Creates a single real-time view of your entire IT stack
StackState uses all available data from your existing monitoring, incident management, change management, provision, deployment and discovery tools to create a full stack overview. You get the big picture to keep everything up and running smoothly. 
  • Gives each Dev/Ops team its own view of the total stack
With StackState, it's easy to create a specific team view of the stack and share it with colleagues. This helps each team to focus on its specific components and services. 




Also interested to see StackState? Request a demo and we will give you a proper introduction to our solution. 


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