Steamhaus picks SignalFx to drive observability in client portfolio
Category: #tech  | By Mateen Dalal  | Date: 2019-08-31 |
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Steamhaus picks SignalFx to drive observability in client portfolio
  • Infrastructure Monitoring of SignalFx would offer analytics-driven alerting and real-time visibility for modern flexible cloud-native environment of Steamhaus.
  • SignalFx is the lone infrastructure monitoring solution which can identify and alert engineering teams on meaningful conditions in seconds.

SignalFx, a San Mateo based leader in SaaS-based analytics and monitoring platform, reportedly announced a collaboration with Steamhaus, a DevOps and cloud consultancy based in the UK, to help the DevOps company address monitoring needs in its client portfolio.

SignalFx will enable Steamhaus to help its clients in expediting their adoption of cutting-edge technologies which include serverless computing, Kubernetes, containers and microservices.

Technical Director at Steamhaus, Rob Greenwood stated that the company is committed in adding value to its consumers and supporting them to develop their business further by investing in continuous improvement, expertise and innovation.

Rob added that collaboration with SignalFx is the best instance of this investment, the company has now added top-of-the-line, enterprise-class cloud monitoring to the company’s 24/7 managed service.

Steamhaus is headquartered in Manchester, England and it specializes in DevOps, cloud, Amazon Web Services architecture, security and scalability. After a considerable evaluation, Steamhaus selected SignalFx to standardize its user base on the SignalFx Infrastructure Monitoring.

With SignalFlowTM, a patented streaming analytics technology, the SignalFx Infrastructure Monitoring offers analytics-driven alerting and real-time visibility for modern flexible cloud-native environments. It is the lone infrastructure monitoring solution which can identify and alert enterprises on meaningful conditions in seconds, enabling teams to remediate issues automatically before customers get affected by it.

COO at SignalFx, Mark Cranney stated that to provide the best experience for clients and rise above the competition, it is important for today’s companies to implement leading-edge technologies such as containers and microservices. Mark also stated that with SignalFx’s centralized observability, Steamhaus provides its clients the ability and confidence for doing just that. SignalFx is thrilled to collaborate with one of the technically strong and well-respected cloud-managed service providers of UK.

Source credit: https://www.signalfx.com/press/steamhaus-selects-signalfx-to-enable-observability-across-its-client-portfolio/

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