TeamQuest Announces Integration with BMC to Help IT Teams Measure IT Health
TeamQuest, a company that helps IT teams control their costs, is announcing an integration between BMC’s TrueSight Capacity Optimization and its Vityl Capacity Management platform.
TeamQuest, which helps IT organizations control and monitor their costs, is announcing an integration with BMC’s TrueSight Capacity Optimization (BCO), meaning that customers can expect an even more streamlined health and risk platform.
The new integration will be between BCO and TeamQuest's Vityl, a platform that offers simplified infrastructure monitoring and capacity management by using advanced algorithms to translate data into health and risk scores. Vityl will now support BCO versions 10.5 and 10.3 in Linux and Windows environments, along with the BCO Oracle database server. With the latest release, the software will allow users to monitor and optimize their infrastructures faster and more efficiently.
“We understand that enterprises make large and significant investments in infrastructure monitoring,” says TeamQuest CEO Paul Hesser. “This is just the latest expansion of our efforts to ensure that all of our users’ existing data, regardless of platform or vendor, can be converted by TeamQuest’s advanced algorithm into simple health and risk scores.”
Each year, an average of $1bn to $2.5bn is lost each year due to IT and application downtime by Fortune 1000 businesses. Similarly, the average cost of downtime per minute across industries was reported as $4,300 a minute. With terrifying and costly statistics like this, TeamQuest is helping businesses to prepare themselves in advance of expensive IT mishaps, helping IT teams to secure businesses from the worst of the web.
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