In a recent Forbes article, leading industry analyst and Forbes contributor Jason Bloomberg lists his top picks from Think 2018 of disruptive capabilities and offerings complementary to IBM’s focus on cloud and data, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and security.
Among the vendors listed from Think 2018, he included Nastel’s comprehensive monitoring capabilities across hybrid environments.
Most monitoring tools focus on particular parts of the enterprise deployment environment: some on applications, others on the network, etc.
Nastel is able to monitor the entire hybrid environment, including legacy assets and middleware as well as the components of more modern, cloud-based workloads.
Nastel is also particularly adept at monitoring transactions within IBM-centric environments, which may include legacy IBM products like IBM MQ (formerly MQSeries), WebSphere Application Server, and DataPower XML appliances.
This article originally appeared in forbes.com. To read the full article, click here.
Nastel’s AutoPilot solution is used by the world’s largest middleware environments to ensure the performance and reliability of business-critical enterprise applications. To learn more about Nastel’s middleware solutions, click here.
Nastel also offers other capabilities such as AutoPilot for transaction tracking powered by machine learning to track, analyze, and visualize the status and integrity of every transaction, from end-to-end, enabling fast problem resolution before users are affected.