KML_FLASHEMBED_PROCESS_SCRIPT_CALLS

Posts Tagged ‘management’

 

Partner Press Release: Maximizing Server Utilization with Librato’s Silverline in the GoGrid Cloud

Thursday, August 12th, 2010 by

GoGrid Partner, Librato, who provides a service called Silverline which enables customers to control and maximize the utilization of resources within their cloud servers and datacenter servers, today announced the availability of the Silverline service within the GoGrid cloud.

With a GoGrid server running Silverline, customers can control the amount of resources each workload can consume meaning that you can process your workloads on a smaller number of servers but still ensuring that SLAs with your customers are met. More information about Librato Silverline can be found within the GoGrid Exchange.

There are currently 10 GoGrid Partner Server Images (PGSIs) available with Librato’s Silverline installed:

  • CentOS 5.2 (32-bit)
  • CentOS 5.2 (64-bit)
  • CentOS 5.3 (32-bit)
  • CentOS 5.3 (64-bit)
  • RHEL 5.4 (32-bit)
  • RHEL 5.4 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2003 (32-bit)
  • Windows Server 2003 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 (32-bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 (64-bit)

GG_librato_silverline

The following Press Release was delivered today about this new offering:

(more…) «Partner Press Release: Maximizing Server Utilization with Librato’s Silverline in the GoGrid Cloud»

GoGrid & Gear6 Partner to Provide Commercial Memcached Service within GoGrid Cloud

Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 by

Gear6, the leading provider of commercial Memcached solutions, and GoGrid today announced the availability of Gear6 Cloud Cache, an on-demand service offering designed to speed up, scale out and ensure uptime of web services and applications built within servers deployed within the GoGrid cloud. Memcached is a popular, open source distributed memory system used to scale dynamic content for busy web sites. As dynamic content gets pushed to cloud applications, Memcached provides an ideal mechanism for accelerating performance.

gear6_logo

By choosing the Gear6 GoGrid Partner Server Image (GSI), GoGrid users will receive a 100% Memcached compatible server that delivers dramatically better memory efficiency. GoGrid users who deploy a Gear6 optimized server within GoGrid benefit from:

  • A more efficient cache
  • Cache depth amplification
  • An easy to use web GUI & REST interface
  • Commercial support
  • …and more

gear6_dashboard

Using Gear6′s Memcached server images on GoGrid means that those servers will have optimized memory management which translates to a much higher speed of cached data and up to a 50% increase in DRAM efficiency without any noticeable performance degradation. There are currently a couple of Gear6 images available within GoGrid, including: (more…) «GoGrid & Gear6 Partner to Provide Commercial Memcached Service within GoGrid Cloud»

CloudKick Now Provides Easy Monitoring & Management of GoGrid Cloud Servers

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 by

Yesterday, CloudKick announced that they have officially come out of beta and is rolling out a freemium model for their server management and monitoring service. With the announcement, CloudKick also officially launched support of the GoGrid Cloud in its management, alerting, graphing and monitoring suite.

cloudkick_logo_2400x750_transparent_bg

CloudKick offers a variety of robust services to help you quickly and easily gain insight into your infrastructure hosted on GoGrid. Some services and features include:

  • Monitor critical metrics
  • Simple management tools
  • Flexible alerting to multiple addresses including SMS
  • Visualize performance data
  • Multiple users
  • Changelog tool
  • CloudKick agent

Depending on the plan that you are on (they range from free to $599+ a month), you get a variety of services mentioned above. The difference in plans depend on the number of servers, users, data retention, alerts and the type of support you desire.

CloudKick_pricing

(more…) «CloudKick Now Provides Easy Monitoring & Management of GoGrid Cloud Servers»

GoGrid and Appistry Announce Cloud Partnership Initiative

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008 by

Today, GoGrid and Appistry announced a new partnership initiative. The full press release is below:

Appistry Extends Cloud Computing Reach

New Partnerships and Pricing Simplify the Delivery of Critical Applications Via Third-Party Clouds

ST. LOUIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Appistry, a provider of cloud application platform software, today announced a new partnership initiative and pricing that makes it easier for enterprises to deliver highly scalable and reliable applications via third-party “public clouds.” The announcement extends the reach of the company’s flagship product, Appistry Enterprise Application Fabric (EAF), which powers cloud-based applications for Global 2000 companies, high-profile government agencies and software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers.

The announcement is part of the company’s strategy to address the complex challenges enterprises face developing, deploying and managing applications in both public and private clouds. Appistry’s cloud application platform simplifies cloud computing and allows enterprises to more easily realize its full promise — elastic scalability, solid reliability and automated management.

Leading analyst firms and industry experts have said better tools are required to help enterprises successfully make the move to the cloud-based architectures popularized by firms such as Yahoo and eBay.

According to Forrester Research vice president and principal analyst Frank Gillett, “Vendors such as Appistry… offer various versions of software tools and architecture to enable firms to build cloud IT architectures without the handcrafting that Web giants resort to.” (December 2007, There are Three IT Architectures, Not One”)

As part of a new partnership initiative, Appistry is extending the availability of its application platform to a number of leading cloud infrastructure providers. Through the program, these providers will allow customers to:

  • Access pre-configured versions of its Appistry EAF Community Edition on Microsoft Windows or Linux;
  • Create new Appistry-powered virtual machines on-demand, to scale-out applications with a simple mouse click;
  • Purchase full Appistry EAF licenses directly through each partner via direct end-user billing, when and where available.

(more…) «GoGrid and Appistry Announce Cloud Partnership Initiative»