Reston, Virginia – July 29, 2014 – Industry research firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) named IT Monitoring software provider ScienceLogic as a leader in their newly released EMA Radar for Enterprise Network Availability Monitoring System (ENAMS) Report*.
EMA defines ENAMS as network-centric monitoring solutions that are used by enterprise network operations and engineering teams to discover, monitor, assess, troubleshoot and manage medium to large enterprise network infrastructures.
One of only four vendors selected as a leader, ScienceLogic was evaluated based on several criteria including deployment and administration, architecture and integration, functionality, cost advantage and vendor strength. EMA specifically awarded the ScienceLogic platform as “Best Cloud Support,” noting they went further than any other vendor in “… providing the means for networking and operations professionals to monitor and manage mixed/hybrid cloud infrastructures.”
EMA also rated ScienceLogic’s solution impact as ‘very high.’
“We strive on regularly to ease our customers IT monitoring complexities,” said Dave Link, CEO of ScienceLogic. “Through advanced automation we are allowing scale and ease of use beyond any other product available in the marketplace. While our customers back-up EMA’s ENAMS findings, it’s gratifying to receive external validation from such a trusted source.”
*EMA Radar™ for Enterprise Network Availability Monitoring System (ENAMS): Q3 2014 Report Summary
ScienceLogic is the global leader in hybrid IT service assurance. Over 47,000 global service providers, enterprises, and government organizations rely on ScienceLogic to significantly enhance IT efficiency, optimize operations, and ensure business continuity. ScienceLogic is the first monitoring solution to provide a comprehensive, real-time view of all IT components, whether they reside in a public cloud environment or on-premises. With hundreds of packaged management apps and custom dashboarding capabilities, we deliver the scale, resiliency, and automation needed to simplify the constantly evolving task of managing IT infrastructure, applications, and services.