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Visualware and Sensatronics Team to Offer Effective IT Environment Monitoring
VisualPulse Web Edition adds support for TempTrax temperature reporting
Bow, New Hampshire – May 18, 2004 – Visualware®, Inc. of Turlock, CA announced today support of Sensatronics Temperature Monitors with VisualPulse® Web Edition v4 – Visualware’s popular solution for monitoring network devices, web pages, and application availability now includes TempTrax temperature reporting, enabling administrators to easily monitor critical IT environmental status.
VisualPulse Web Edition continuously gathers and summarizes latency and availability data from multiple sources, including ping, HTTP, SNMP, and TCP. With the addition of temperature reporting from Sensatronic TempTrax devices, VisualPulse v4 offers administrators easy access to real-time critical IT environment status. The web interface provides simplified access and administration via a web browser, and a variety of standard reports provide real-time and historical reporting of temperature and device availability. Global and individual threshold values may be easily configured for automated alerting of potential problems, so that administrators can resolve issues before they adversely affect application service delivery or result in costly downtime and repairs.
Sensatronics environmental monitoring offers a new dimension to Visualware customers. The capability of keeping business or mission critical systems delivering value by avoiding environmental issues is now a reality. The Sensatronics products monitor temperature, relative humidity, and wetness. Cryogenics monitoring is addressed with cold monitoring capabilities to -139°F. Sensatronics environmental monitoring reports Server CPU temperatures, Server Room temperatures, Network and Telecommunications product temperatures as well as the HVAC systems that support the facilities. New capabilities for monitoring Cryogenics laboratories to -139°F are included with VisualPulse Web Edition v4.
Julian Palmer, Visualware’s chief marketing officer, said “Customers cannot achieve their goal of six sigma quality unless they address critical environmental indicators such as the operating temperature of server rooms and critical IT devices. Our alliance with Sensatronics provides our customers a total view of their environment, their systems and network quality to meet the service levels demanded by today’s business.”
VisualPulse Web Edition starts at $295 to monitor up to 10 devices, with additional license options to monitor up to 1,000 devices simultaneously. The product is available on the Windows, Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD platforms. Evaluation versions are available for download from www.visualware.com.
About Visualware Inc.
Visualware’s Internet performance management solutions enable any business to view, report and troubleshoot a customer's actual transaction response time anywhere in the world, as it happens in real-time. By innovating technology that accurately measures the actual application service level directly from the customer’s own workstation, including servers and devices across the Internet cloud, Visualware solutions provide a true picture of service to the customer. Visualware’s personal user products enable users to gain control of their Internet usage by providing visibility to where security threats originate and quickly pinpointing where connectivity bottlenecks occur. For more information, visit www.visualware.com.
Sensatronics was founded in 1987 and serves the markets of IT, HVAC, Refrigeration, Retail, BioTech, Perishable Warehousing, OEM, Restaurants and a host of specialty industries needing environmental monitoring, precision measurement and reporting, alerting and alarming when environmental conditions deviate from the norm. Sensatronics serves Fortune 1000 to small to medium business on a global basis. With over a dozen software partners, Sensatronics offers applications for a spectrum of markets. Solutions range from no cost in the Linux arena to high valued applications for specialty markets. For more information, visit www.sensatronics.com.
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