As a world leader in data center monitoring, LogicMonitor has formed strategic partnerships with leading technology vendors and support providers who share a similar vision of increasing uptime and staff scalability in today’s dynamic data centers.
Technology Vendor Partnerships
NetApp – Advantage Alliance Partner
“LogicMonitor’s membership in the NetApp Alliance Partner Program means that our customers will benefit from their Hosted Monitoring solution, which simplifies business-critical datacenter monitoring, delivering more visibility and automated alerting.”
Patrick Rogers, VP of Solutions and Alliances, NetApp
VMWare – Technology Alliance Partner
The benefits of virtualization are clear and compelling: reduced IT capital cost and energy consumption, and increased efficiency, flexibility and scalability. From a monitoring standpoint, the constant change inherent in virtual environments poses significant challenges – ones that LogicMonitor helps address. LogicMonitor has partnered with VMWare to leverage resources and expertise to help our customers get the most out of their virtual infrastructure.
Citrix Ready Technology Member
LogicMonitor has partnered with Citrix to deliver the best possible integration with Citrix Netscaler and XenServer solutions. As a Citrix Ready Technology Member, we are committed to providing customers with best-in-class monitoring of their world-class application delivery solutions for both physical and virtual environments.
Dell Registered Partner
LogicMonitor has partnered with Dell to deliver the best possible integration with Dell hardware – from servers to storage.
HP AllianceONE Partner
LogicMonitor is an HP AllianceONE partner, to ensure LogicMonitor is integrated and tested across HP’s line of servers, storage, management software, networking, power & cooling, security and services. LogicMonitor help’s HP’s customers monitor their HP and 3rd party equipment and applications in a unified manner.
Loggly Technology Partner
Loggly is a leading provider of a Log Management in the Cloud platform for log management and data analysis. Founded in 2009, Loggly’s cloud-based service enables users to monitor, debug and troubleshoot their IT infrastructure, applications and business processes to generate actionable results. The cloud service approach helps organizations decrease infrastructure cost and increase productivity. The Loggly platform helps developers search, monitor and analyze data from multiple sources, both from traditional on-premise and cloud-based origins, through a single user interface. Loggly’s open architecture enables developers to build apps on top of the platform expanding the benefits and consumption of log data throughout the entire organization. Headquartered in San Francisco, Loggly has over 500 customers and is backed by True and Trinity Ventures.
Dyn Technology Partner
Founded in 1998, Dyn is the worldwide Internet Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) leader, powering DNS and Email Delivery for more than four million enterprise, small business and personal users. With 17 data centers around the world and 100% uptime for over 10 years, Dyn’s commitment to customer relationships and engineering excellence shines every day.
Uptime is the Bottom Line.
Strategic Value Added Reseller Partners
To serve our growing UK and European customer base, LogicMonitor has partnered with Panoramic Data, a leading UK-based provider of network and data centre management solutions.
“LogicMonitor fulfils all the enterprise’s business and operational needs, and its comprehensive integration capabilities make it a good strategic choice for IT operations. We are proud to be working closely with LogicMonitor and our clients to bring the highest levels of service to LogicMonitor customers in the UK and wider European region.”
David Bond, Managing Director, Panoramic Data
LogicMonitor has partnered with Zumasys, providor of enterprise-class infrastructure technologies to small and medium sized businesses across North America. “With LogicMonitor, we give our customers the ability to monitor a broad mix of data center infrastructure from a single, affordable web-based application. That saves them a lot of time and allows them to focus on their business instead of trying to manage disparate monitoring systems,” notes Zumasys president, Paul Giobbi.