In a move to bring about a new age in enterprise management, FireScope (News - Alert) introduced the FireScope Stratis, a cloud-enabled enterprise management solution that can leverage the advantages of the cloud to customers.
FireScope says that Stratis is the only multi-tenanted and elastically scalable solution designed for the cloud and rather than being adapted for it. It can support massive and highly variable environments. It comes packed with a Cloud Management Interface for web-based administration of configuration of every component and facilitates upgrades, backups and other processes in a way that redirects load to avoid any impact on users.
Because the solution is designed for the cloud, it has the ability to seamlessly make use of the features of cloud architecture such as on-demand scalability, rapid deployment and better budget forecasting
Trace3 acknowledged that FireScope Stratis represents a bold move to address key issues facing enterprises today. While most management vendors are focused on bolting on new features, FireScope has made an effort to produce new solutions that see where the industry is going and what customers really need.
Some of the notable features of the FireScope Stratis are: three layers of elasticity – data storage, processing and user interface; segmentation of data virtually or physically supports any multi-tenancy architecture; ensures massive scalability without any dent in performance with its ability to leverage Big Data architecture; multiple configuration options available to support any environment; HTML5, CSS3, Canvas and other Web 2.0 technologies deliver highly responsive user experience; and more.
“FireScope's potential in the industry, moreover, is unique in that it's tuned and focused to the real-time exigencies of operational dynamics, while combining IT Service Management governance with cross-domain and even executive-level concerns. Moreover, FireScope has done this with consistently impressive customer testimonies regarding time to value and ease of use—attributes that seem to have eluded most of the company's larger competitors” said Dennis Drogseth (News - Alert), Vice President for Enterprise Management Associates.