San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
Mist.io, a solution for managing and monitoring servers across clouds, launched its private beta in May 2013 and will launch its public beta on November 13, 2013. During the public beta, the application will be available to all developers, system administrators, and IT managers allowing them to manage multiple servers in a unified platform from any mobile device. For the first time, developers will be able to monitor and respond to their servers from anywhere.
“Management of multiple servers across the cloud providers is currently a difficult process,” said Mist.io Co-Founder Chris Psaltis. “Our solution will change the way people approach managing and monitoring their servers by providing them with actionable notifications to their phones or tablets. Companies will no longer need a group of system admins tied to their computers and desks to monitor servers 24/7. This could lead to real time and operational savings for companies even managing as few as five servers.”
Chris Psaltis, Dimitris Moraitis, Mike Muzurakis, and Markos Gogoulos founded Mist.io in 2013. Mozilla’s WebFWD Open Innovation Accelerator supported Mist.io through its private beta.
“Mist.io’s unique solution is compelling and already market-validated,” says Diane Bisgeier, Program Manager at Mozilla’s WebFWD. “This team has worked together for a number of years and have great experience in building open source technologies.”
In addition to the participation in WebFWD, Mist.io received an initial investment from Startup Monthly. The European Commission’s Tech All Stars also named Mist.io one of the top 12 EU startups of 2013.
Mist.io CEO and co-founder Chris Psaltis said he is excited about the positive feedback received during the private beta. During the private beta, Mist.io invited a select group of developers and system administrators to set up accounts and test their solution.
"Since I began using mist.io to monitor our cloud servers on Amazon, I have been able to respond to alerts and begin isolating issues when they start,” says Eric Gonzales of Enspire Learning. “This has improved our response times greatly and prevented situations from escalating, because I can begin implementing changes before any customer impact is experienced. The ability to launch, control, and manage our Amazon instances from any device is a leap above any other cloud management or monitoring services.”
With the public beta launch, Mist.io will introduce several improvements including easier to configure keys and improved image management. Mist.io currently supports AWS, Rackspace, OpenStack, Linode, Softlayer, DigitalOcean, and Nephoscale, and plans to extend service to more providers in the months ahead. For more information, or to sign up for the public beta, visit https://mist.io.