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June 7, 2010

Keynote launches new version of Enterprise Adapter

Offers integration with open source IT infrastructure monitoring system Nagios 3

By CBR Staff Writer

Keynote has launched Enterprise Adapter 2.0, which enables IT operations teams to combine Keynote’s web and mobile performance and availability alerts into Nagios 3, an open source IT infrastructure monitoring offering.

The Keynote Enterprise Adapter 2.0 integrates Keynote’s internet and mobile performance monitoring alerts into an organisation’s existing enterprise management console.

According to Keynote, Enterprise Adapter 2.0 works by transforming Keynote alerts into various formats such as XML feed, CSV, log file and /or SNMP that can be consumed by any console capable of receiving them.

The company said that Enterprise Adapter 2.0 enables IT operations teams to display web and mobile application performance and availability alerts on a single console; pinpoint performance and availability problems for online web and mobile applications on both sides of the firewall; and proactively manage internal and external web and mobile app performance and availability.

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In addition, the Adapter also allows operations teams to monitor the performance and availability of any e-business application including supply chain, eCRM, enterprise resource planning, business intelligence and asset management applications, as well as the performance of web and mobile web portals and applications.

All Keynote alarms can now be viewed from open source IT infrastructure monitoring offering Nagios 3. Enterprise Adapter 2.0 provides the ability to monitor logfiles for error text which is not native to Nagios; user-friendly interface into Nagios; and separate web-page with logfile alerts that can be viewed and deleted.

The adapters are available as software or a hardware appliance on an organisation’s network and retrieve performance events periodically from Keynote’s datacentre.

Vik Chaudhary, vice president of product management and corporate development at Keynote, said: “Keynote’s new Enterprise Adapter 2.0 allows network operations center and web ops teams to get a complete end-to-end view of their operations, from infrastructure to application monitoring, and ensure performance of mission-critical e-business applications.

“With the addition of the Nagios Adapter, Keynote has extended the powerful and popular open source Nagios performance monitoring console out to the end-user, delivering clear and actionable performance measurement data to a single console for faster identification, tracking and resolution of potentially damaging performance issues.”

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