Circonus is helping the world understand monitoring for what it is: a big data problem.
Fulton, MD (PRWEB) February 26, 2014
Circonus, Inc. today announced the appointment of Gary Myk to the position of Vice President of Sales.
Circonus is helping the world understand monitoring for what it is: a big data problem. That alone is a tough challenge,” said Theo Schlossnagle, CEO at Circonus. “Gary’s deep knowledge of how companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500s, understand and approach solving monitoring problems will help communicate our unique value to prospects and scale our customer base in the coming years."
Gary Myk joins Circonus with more than 20 years of experience in enterprise software sales. Prior to Circonus , Gary was VP of Worldwide Sales at Zenoss where he drove the acquisition of more than 250 enterprise customers. Prior to Zenoss, Gary was responsible for the Central region Sales for Network Physics. While at Network Physics Gary grew the direct and Channel sales as its first Sales Manager in the region. Network Physics was acquired by OPNET Technologies. Gary has also led the worldwide technical sales organization at Motive Communications. Motive had a successful IPO and acquisition by Alcatel-Lucent. Similarly, Gary led the North American sales engineering team at Tivoli; Tivoli had a highly successful IPO and subsequent sale to IBM.
Any Data. Any System. Any Where. Circonus combines multiple monitoring, alerting, event processing, and analytics tools into one unified solution. Delivered as a SaaS or on-premise solution, customers are able to understand their infrastructure, applications, and customer behaviors, in ways they never could before, enabling insight into key performance indicators, root cause analysis and predicting future needs.
Visualize any data, in any application, from any system (cloud or legacy), in real-time. Circonus scales from a single team, to a worldwide organization with thousands of devices tracking millions of metrics. API driven automation empowers developers and makes operational teams incredibly efficient, while analytics drive insights that improve organization-wide performance.