By Len Rosenthal, Chief Marketing Officer
Today, we announced a very important acquisition. Metricly, a leader in SaaS-based Cloud Monitoring and Cloud Cost Management has joined Virtual Instruments, the world’s leading Hybrid Infrastructure and AIOps platform company.
I want to share what this acquisition will mean for our customers.
The era of the intelligent cloud is upon us. Cloud computing has become embedded in the world, with every part of our daily life and work and every aspect of our society and economy being transformed by digital technology.
With the acquisition of Metricly, Virtual Instruments expands its hybrid IT infrastructure management portfolio to encompass the full range of the cloud deployment models – including public, private, hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Metricly’s cloud-native and self-service monitoring and AWS cost analysis solutions will be integrated with Virtual Instruments’ VirtualWisdom, the industry’s most comprehensive hybrid infrastructure monitoring and AIOps platform. In addition, the acquisition will result in more than 50 new integrations for VirtualWisdom, including integrations to popular open source technologies such as containers, applications, databases and messaging.
For our customers, the acquisition of Metricly’s portfolio of patented machine-learning technologies reinforces our commitment to bringing leading-edge technology to our award-winning infrastructure monitoring platform.
Our product, engineering, sales and marketing teams are excited to be part of this next chapter. Our combined company culture is rooted in delivering the best customer experience possible across multi-cloud environments. We will continue to build on that imperative throughout the Metricly product integration.
Our customers demand this level of expertise from their strategic partners and we will continue to exceed these demands.
For more information please visit Metricly, for immediate product trials.
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