ITRS Group Ltd, a leading global provider of performance monitoring and management technology, is extending its partnership programme to ensure that ITRS Geneos can integrate and extract information from new vendor applications including Caplin, Corvil, Kondor+, Niksun and VMware.
Kevin Covington, ITRS Group CEO, says: "Financial institutions are becoming increasingly complex and our clients are finding it more and more important to be able to monitor their entire technology environment and have real-time management information to prove that they are in control of their systems. Our commitment is to offer our clients easy, off-the-shelf connectivity to a vast array of systems and applications by giving them information and visibility they need to make the right business decisions."
"In today's markets, both operations personnel and business users require real-time visibility into the performance and behaviour of their complete ecommerce stack," says Patrick Myles, Chief Technology Officer of Caplin Systems. "This partnership integrates key metrics from all the Caplin Platform components with the Geneos monitoring environment, leveraging the advanced features of Geneos such as custom alerts, and allowing operators to drill into more detailed information, including per-user and per-instrument latencies. Caplin is delighted to be working with the leading player in real-time monitoring for financial markets."
"Corvil and Geneos customers can now access the microsecond real-time network and application performance data of CorvilNet in conjunction with the holistic application views of Geneos, using one screen," says Donal O'Sullivan, VP, Product Management at Corvil.
Steve Lapp, who manages partnership relationships at ITRS Group, says: "We provide full support to third parties and vendors throughout the development process to help them develop out-of-the-box solutions for critical client applications and infrastructure components. This creates a seamless experience for our clients when bringing key metrics into Geneos to ensure the management of the health and throughput of numerous distributed applications."