Making Monitoring of Physical and Virtual IT Infrastructures Easy, Effective and Efficient
Date: Tuesday , November 03, 2009
eG Innovations, is a global supplier of business service management software for virtual and physical IT infrastructures. It offers a new generation of solutions that makes IT infrastructure monitoring and management simple, flexible and effective. By ensuring high availability and optimum performance of mission-critical business services, eG Innovations’ solutions help enhance customers’ competitive positioning, lower operational costs and optimize the performance of their infrastructures.
The company’s patented technologies provide proactive monitoring of every layer of every tier in the infrastructure, thereby enabling rapid diagnosis and recovery in enterprise and service provider networks. Its flagship product, the eG Enterprise SuiteTM, tracks the performance of business services and applications end-to-end, IT organizations can pinpoint the true root cause of IT problems often before end users are affected.
With specialized capabilities for monitoring more than 85 applications, 10 operating systems and five virtualization platforms – all using a single agent architecture – eG offers the widest infrastructure coverage, monitoring both virtual and physical environments as a single pane of glass. Because it monitors the inter-dependencies among network, system, database and application resources that support business services, eG Enterprise is a comprehensive, next-generation enterprise management solution. The company’s eG VM MonitorTM was judged “Best of VMworld 2008” in the Application and Infrastructure Management category, beating out approximately 30 other products.
eG Innovations was founded in 2001 by Srinivas Ramanathan, CEO and president. Prior to eG, he was a senior research scientist at Hewlett-Packard Laboratories in Palo Alto, California. He holds PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of California, San Diego; and a Masters in Computer Science from the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India. He has co-authored more than 40 technical papers and is a co-inventor of 14 U.S. patents.
eG’s technology partners include VMware, Sun, Citrix, Red Hat, IBM, HP, Microsoft, Oracle and ThinIdentity.