MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
March 19, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the cloud monitoring solutions market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes CopperEgg Corporation with the 2013 North America Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation. Unlike competing solutions that mainly focus on monitoring a particular domain, CopperEgg's advanced comprehensive monitoring solution is unified across servers, applications and websites on a single SaaS platform, creating a huge draw among consumers. CopperEgg's monitoring solution's three main modules, server monitoring, website monitoring, and application metric monitoring, can be used in combination for a complete monitoring solution as well as in isolation for specific services.
CopperEgg server monitoring and website application monitoring track performance from inside the server and outside from the end user's perspective. CopperEgg also monitors custom metrics from Web servers, databases, and the client's own application performance metrics and displays the data in custom dashboards using a broad array of widgets delivered with the monitoring solution.
"While competing solutions deliver a monitoring solution for either public or private cloud, CopperEgg provides complete visibility across the cloud environment (private, public and hybrid cloud) through a single solution," said Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Swapnadeep Nayak.
The CopperEgg cloud monitoring platform is divided into three main layers of operations. The first layer comprises real-time data collection and data aggregation, wherein sub-minute measurements from the cloud infrastructure are captured and aggregated with an advanced time-series key value store. This collection layer also collects and stores historical information through the same purpose-built, NoSQL, distributed key value store and big data backend.
The second layer provides analytics, examination, and data correlation. It also delivers services such as alerts and notifications, plus usage-based accounting. The final layer drives user interface (UI) visibility, which helps in the representation of data to the users. This visibility layer presents real-time dashboards, historical reports, and detailed forensic data to the administrator for troubleshooting and analysis. It offers users the option to represent data in the form of real-time graphs and reports, alerts for particular issues, and dashboards for health and performance-based views of systems, Web applications, and services.