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StackState counts down to public release

Posted by Joey Compeer on Mar 8, 2016 12:05:21 PM
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StackState, provider of the first IT operations platform for Dev/Ops, announced today that they will soon release a downloadable version and pre-registration is now open. StackState’s IT operations platform consolidates multiple (dev)ops tools in a full stack overview, automates problem finding and helps Dev/Ops engineers fix and prevent failures, reducing downtime.

 

Key features include a visualization of the full IT stack and (dev)ops team views; chain monitoring the health status of all components delivering business services; unifying data from multiple Dev/Ops tools; critical team alerts and automated root cause analysis throughout the entire stack. 

 

The public download will contain a rest API to connect to any Dev/Ops tool and first standard integrations with monitoring and log analytics tools.

 

“After our successful launch in the financial services industry with our first customers, I can’t wait to show StackState to the world,” said Mark Bakker, StackState founder. “Our users love the flexible modelling and highly visual approach. They’re thrilled to have the immediate insight StackState provides. This accessible, downloadable version of StackState will empower more organizations to see the cause and impact of any change or failure, from hardware to business process level.”

 

Pre-registrations for the public download can be done via http://stackstate.com/download.

 

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