February 27, 2013
BOULDER, Colo., Feb. 27 — Ajubeo, a provider of high-performance, enterprise-class virtual private datacenters and cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), today announced it has enhanced its cloud platform with ScienceLogic's IT operations and cloud monitoring software. ScienceLogic is the monitoring platform of choice for the world's leading managed service and cloud service providers (CSP), providing a single-pane-of-glass view of infrastructure and application performance for both CSPs and the customers they serve. The new product will be made available to Ajubeo customers and prospects immediately with cloud monitoring capabilities included in the base cost of the Ajubeo virtual private datacenter (VPDC) and virtual datacenter (VDC) offerings.
Ajubeo considers the addition of ScienceLogic cloud monitoring a key differentiator in the competitive cloud IaaS market. Customers will be provided with customizable, intuitive, and user-friendly dashboards that feature drilldown capability for easy access to both high-level and granular performance data. The proactive, integrated, and automated event management will foster continued reliability helping to increase visibility into infrastructure health levels, streamline customer notification, and sustain Ajubeo's 100% cloud uptime track record to date. New and existing Ajubeo customers will receive cloud monitoring free of charge with select customization requests available as either a one-time or monthly-recurring cost.
"As a provider of high-performance software-as-a-service (SaaS) business intelligence (BI) dashboards to the mortgage and financial services industry, having a tool like ScienceLogic as part of the base Ajubeo virtual private datacenter package is exciting to say the least," said Derrick Hadzima, CTO of Motivity Solutions. "Ajubeo continues to exceed our expectations when it comes to performance, and their commitment to customer satisfaction is second to none."
Ajubeo selected ScienceLogic based on the platform's industry-leading capabilities for enterprise infrastructure and application monitoring, robust multi-tenancy capabilities, professional graphical interface with CSS customization, and fully automated event management. ScienceLogic's Smart IT platform reinforces Ajubeo's business model by enabling Ajubeo to scale cloud monitoring capabilities from entry-level to enterprise-scale to private-label cloud needs.
"With ScienceLogic successfully integrated, Ajubeo's entire cloud infrastructure-as-a-service offering now features the most sophisticated cloud infrastructure and application performance monitoring platform in the industry," commented Tom Whitcomb, Ajubeo co-founder and CTO. "The robust multi-tenancy and ITIL-centric features contribute to our operational excellence while extending unparalleled monitoring technology to every customer."
"We are thrilled to work with Ajubeo as a trusted technology partner in their continuous drive to deliver a true enterprise-class cloud IaaS offering," said John Becker, CEO of ScienceLogic. "More enterprises are seriously adopting cloud computing every day, and they are turning to leaders like Ajubeo who have the vision and the execution to make the transition to the cloud seamless, rapid, and rock-solid."
Ajubeo is a pure-play, cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider offering high-performance cloud computing and storage services via virtual private datacenters with a 100% uptime track record to date. These off-premises, software-defined datacenter (SDDC) solutions, all managed via the MyAjubeo online portal from any secure Internet connection in the world, feature advanced cloud monitoring, networking and security services, cloud-based disaster recovery and business continuity services, and tiered enterprise virtual desktop (VDI) services. Ajubeo's diverse cloud partner program includes referral partners, master agents, and managed IT service providers including private label Ajubeo IaaS resellers.
ScienceLogic is the award-winning developer of Smart IT software. Our mission is to empower companies to visualize, automate, and modernize their IT operations, maximizing efficiency and effectiveness with the operational intelligence needed to run the business smarter. We provide unified monitoring and management solutions for modern IT environments - from the data center to public, private, and hybrid clouds – and deliver the scale, security, automation, and resiliency necessary to simplify the exponentially harder task of managing resources, services, and applications that are constantly in motion.
ScienceLogic is a selected Network Management Module in the Cisco Smart Business Architecture; Registered Developer in the Cisco Developer Network Program; certified by VCE as Vblock Ready; certified as VMware Ready and a VMware Elite Technology Alliance Partner; Dell Independent Software Vendor partner; NetApp Platinum Elite Partner. ScienceLogic won InfoWorld's 2013 Technology of the Year award, Red Herring Global 100 Award, Red Herring Top 100 North America Award, Deloitte's 2012 Technology Fast 500, and MSPmentor 250 among others.
Ajubeo is a national provider of enterprise-class cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS), founded and built by CIOs, for CIOs. Discerning organizations select Ajubeo for the increased business and architectural agility that comes from flexible, high-performance cloud infrastructure built to handle the scale, integration and compliance of today's enterprise. Ajubeo backs its cloud services with a 100% SLA and corporate commitment to customer satisfaction. Cloud hubs are deployed in the world's most reliable and interconnected carrier-neutral datacenters, accessible via secure, private network connections from anywhere in the world.
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