FireScope, an IT service management offerings company, has launched a new cloud offering to deliver business service views of hybrid cloud infrastructures spanning multiple vendors.
The new cloud management strategy treats on-premise infrastructure and cloud resources, including Software as a Service (SaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS), as a single business service to manage hybrid clouds.
In addition to its current line of hardware and virtual appliances, FireScope is offering on-demand instances of each of its offerings, which include Unify Business Service Management (BSM), Orchestrate Configuration Management Database (CMDB).
The message queue architecture enables appliances on-premise or in the cloud to push metrics and events to a corporate master where the events are analysed for their impact on the business in terms of SLAs, business metrics or compliance impact.
Users consume this analysis via customisable dashboards published either from the cloud or internally.
FireScope’s new offering features integrated view of the entire stack, visibility beyond up/down status of cloud resources, and pre-cloud deployment planning reports to help organisations identify the best infrastructure match for applications and dependencies based on security.
It also features capacity and predictive analysis to enable IT leaders simultaneously keep up with business growth and keep costs down, easily expandable on-premise or in the cloud, with new instances deployed in less time.
FireScope president and chief operating officer Mark Lynd said FireScope’s cloud strategy is designed to address cloud management offerings failures to link on-premise infrastructure to cloud-based resources, forcing a fragmented view of infrastructure performance.