Sightline Systems announces EDM 3.3 for Server Performance Management

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Sightline Systems, a leader in the field of AA-IPM, has released EDM 3.3 to provide forecasting and enhanced system coverage.

Sightline Systems Corporation is pleased to announce the release of their flagship product Enterprise Data Manager (EDM), version 3.3. EDM is the cornerstone of the Sightline's AA-IPM software suite, providing process definition and maintenance operations for maximizing the performance of the enterprise’s IT environment. Application-Aware Infrastructure Performance Monitoring (AA-IPM) focuses on IT operations specific requirements for effectively supporting production applications. AA-IPM tools provide a complete view of application performance by collecting critical information across the entire environment.

EDM's newest features include enhanced support for VMware vSphere® vMotion® monitoring and multiple UI updates to assist users in finding the information they need when and where they need it to be. Says Sean Barkey, Sightline's VP of Federal Sales, "With the addition of our newest set of capabilities Sightline is continuing it's tradition of building upon its already market leading tool. By adding our advanced analytics package and our set of automated tools Sightline is giving you the capability to monitor and manage your entire infrastructure with a single tool. This will decrease the need for multiple tools that perform the same function and increase the capabilities of your team to resolve IT issues before the end users are impacted."

The EDM 3.3 release software is available on the SupportWeb downloads page.

Sightline Systems, a GSA Schedule 70 contract holder, has provided performance and capacity management for the overall enterprise business process to more than 100 enterprises/organizations globally in 15 countries. The Sightline solution provides complete coverage for virtually all Operating Systems, virtualization platforms and all major application frameworks and supported products.

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