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London, United Kingdom, 2021/06/28 - With the immediate availability of ECM 6.0, RightITnow pursues its mission to simplify the management of servers, applications and services in a hybrid multi-cloud and on-premises infrastructure for IT Operations - RightITnow.com.
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New Monitoring Board
ECM offers a new monitoring board that provides enhanced views into alerts, user activity, and system health. It includes an innovative Alert Heatmap that conveys at a glance the areas in your infrastructure requiring the most attention.
Introducing support and integration with Metrics
ECM 6.0 introduces support for Time Series to collect and analyze metrics from external sources such as Nagios or Solarwinds, visualizing graphically patterns and anomalies in time, enabling you to identify issues as they occur and provide a comprehensive view of the system performance.
ECM repository extended support
In addition to MySQL8, you can now deploy the ECM repository in various database environments such as MariaDB 10.4+ and Microsoft SQL server 2016/2019
ECM 6.0 adds support for New Relic and expands its support to a number of monitoring tools: Solarwinds 2019 and 2020, Microsoft SCOM 2019 and ServiceNow coverage for the New York, Orlando and Paris Versions.
RightITnow ECM massively simplifies the Management of IT operations and provides a seamless integration within the enterprise IT environment.
It has never been easier and simpler to streamline and manage millions of alerts in a single pane of glass.
You can try out the fully-featured version of ECM 6.0 free of charge, check our product videos and even experience ECM right away with our online demo.
We are happy to organize a custom presentation of our ECM solution at your earliest convenience as well.
RightITnow (rightitnow.com) dramatically simplifies the management of IT Operations, by monitoring your entire infrastructure (servers, networking, applications, virtual environments) while driving your global workforce from a single pane of glass.