ScienceLogic's EM7 G3 Wins Best of Interop in Network Management Category

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Cloud-Ready Meta-Appliances present new paradigm in network monitoring for managing the extended enterprise

ScienceLogic, a leading provider of IT Operations Management solutions, announced today that the company's EM7 G3 Cloud-Ready Meta-Appliances have been selected by InformationWeek as the Best of Interop winner in the Network Management category. The winners were announced during a ceremony on May 19, 2009, at Interop Las Vegas, by a panel of industry-expert judges, who judged EM7 G3 against several leading competitor solutions.

"It's an honor to have been selected as the best network management solution at Interop this year," said David Link, CEO of ScienceLogic. "Despite the accolade and our new EM7 G3 solution, our commitment remains the same, whether it's as a network monitoring provider for InteropNet or a valued partner to one of our small, mid-sized or enterprise-class customers: to simplify the management of IT, no matter the scope, scale or make-up."

Available in June 2009, EM7 G3 Cloud-Ready Meta-Appliances are designed for the rigors of cloud computing and give enterprises the flexibility and scalability required for managing dynamic infrastructure. The solution utilizes independent monitoring centers to manage remote or intermittently connected IT assets, making it a perfect fit for organizations considering cloud computing as an addition to their enterprise IT arsenal. It lets enterprises standardize the monitoring of cloud, virtual and physical network resources on a single management solution, giving administrators a single pane of glass view to their entire ecosystem, not just the physical portion.

"This year was an exciting year for the Best of Interop Awards because there were so many strong contenders in every category," said Art Wittmann, Managing Director of
InformationWeek Analytics. "The Best of Interop winner and each of the category winners have truly demonstrated the essence of innovation and deserve this recognition for their contributions to the industry."

"The submissions we received for the Best of Interop Awards were a true reflection of the tremendous amount of energy and innovation in the market today," said Lenny
Heymann, Interop General Manager. "We congratulate all the category winners for their contributions and for demonstrating that Interop is the best place to see the latest and most exciting advancements in the business technology industry."

The Best of Interop award recognizes the most innovative and exciting products across IT, particularly those that have had the most profound technical impact on their specific industry. For a list of all the Best of Interop winners, please visit InformationWeek's website.

For more information on ScienceLogic and EM7 G3, please visit or visit the company at booth # at Interop 2009 from May 17 - 21.

About ScienceLogic
Reston, Va.-based ScienceLogic LLC was started with one goal: Simplify IT. Founded and staffed by technology professionals who are intensely focused on making IT management simpler, better and faster, ScienceLogic is committed to delivering solutions with unquestionable quality and value and enabling its customers to deliver impeccable service to their constituents. ScienceLogic's patent-pending EM7 Meta-Appliances are a next-generation "framework" solution engineered to deliver comprehensive systems, network and application management out-of-the-box. The revolutionary EM7 technology combines a secure and pre-integrated set of applications with automation tools, reporting, "single pane of glass" view and centralized data repository - all optimized to work together for proactive and efficient IT operations management. For more information, call 1-800-SCI-LOGIC (1-800-724-5644) or visit our web site at

ScienceLogic, EM7 and EM7 Meta-Appliances are trademarks of ScienceLogic, LLC in the United States and other countries. Other company, product and service marks may be trademarks or service marks of others.


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