Exoprise Adds Monitoring Support for Box, OneDrive
Exoprise is once again expanding the cloud services its application performance management and monitoring tool is capable of tracking and reporting on.
Following the company’s stretch into the public cloud realm in September, Exoprise has added pre-configured sensors to its CloudReady APM offering that monitor the performance of cloud applications such as Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, Salesforce.com, Workday, Marketo, Concur, Okta and OneLogin. It’s a rather impressive list of new services now able to be monitored by Exoprise’s solution.
Exoprise noted in its announcement that the new sensors are available now to both existing customers and free trial subscribers (who, of course, Exoprise hopes will become customers).
“Visibility into the end-to-end health and performance of public cloud apps continues to be a challenge for IT organizations, even as they increase their adoption of SaaS solutions,” said Patrick Carey, vice president of product management and marketing for Exoprise, in a prepared statement. “CloudReady is the only APM solution built from the ground-up to address this need. These new sensors provide IT teams with a real-time view of what’s happening anywhere between their users and the service provider. And because the sensors are pre-configured and pre-trained, IT teams don’t need to become experts in scripting or protocols. We’ve done that for them.”
Exoprise now monitors several popular public cloud services, and it’s likely the company will continue to add more big and small names to the list as it continues to expand its offering.