TeamQuest Software Can Now Connect to BCO’s Oracle Database Server
Vityl Adviser now offers integration with BMC’s TrueSight Capacity Optimization Oracle database server, which means that our customers can expect an even more streamlined health and risk platform.
Since its release, TeamQuest’s Vityl Adviser has offered simplified infrastructure monitoring and capacity management using advanced algorithms to translate them into Health and Risk scores. In addition, the software is designed to support an array of data collection sources, including HP Performance data, IBM Tivoli Monitoring data, and of course, our own collected TeamQuest Monitor data. This agnostic design has helped our users consolidate often diverse, wide-ranging data streams into a single, clear presentation.
Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve taken our product one step further: Vityl Adviser now supports BMC’s TrueSight Capacity Optimization (BCO) versions 10.5 and 10.3 in Linux and Windows environments, along with the BCO Oracle database server. With the latest Vityl Adviser release, our software will allow users to monitor and optimize their infrastructures faster and more efficiently.
As cloud usage increases, more and more IT leaders are turning to capacity management software: according to Gartner, the capacity management market is expected to grow 50% annually over the next four years. Part of this demand will stem from enterprises looking for easy ways to consolidate disparate and unwieldy data being collected by software from multiple vendors.
We understand that enterprises have significant investments in infrastructure monitoring, which is why we’re expanding our support for BCO’s Oracle database server. This is just the latest expansion of our efforts to ensure that all of your existing data — no matter what platform or vendor it comes from — can be converted by TeamQuest’s advanced algorithm into simple Health and Risk scores.
The work establishing Adviser and BCO connectivity will continue in the near future with a later release that will support BCO’s PostgreSQL Database Server.
No longer will users have to brave the tedious and often difficult work of compiling and analyzing data coming through different platforms on critical service performance, health, and risk: you’ll find everything you need on a single screen.