Enhanced Reliability for Critical Systems


Adequate monitoring of ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) systems is complex with many moving parts. Organisations such as Emergency Services require intricate work distribution and hosting capabilities including mainframe, SaaS and mobile applications. Monitoring for such organisations is further complicated by rigid compliance protocols, preventing code injection into applications.


Agentless monitoring deployed across all business critical applications complies with strict IT governance requirements. Monitoring across two separate data centres is delivered as a managed service, requiring no in-house IT resources.


Real-time monitoring of ESB systems performance allows rapid identification of system failures and faster, targeted responses. A managed service delivery model allows technical teams to increase focus on core business responsibilities.

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