Hyperglance Bridges Cloud Worlds with AWS and OpenStack Focus

by Ostatic Staff - Mar. 02, 2016

Many people on the cloud computing scene will characterize Amazon Web Services as the proprietary platform that rules the roost, while OpenStack gets the nod among open platforms. There are new ways to leverage both platforms, though. Hyperglance Ltd. has announced Hyperglance 4.0 to bring together Amazon Web Services (AWS) and OpenStack cloud infrastructure, including Nagios alerts, into what it is billing as "an interactive, easy to use, 3D topology console within a single browser tab view."

 Hyperglance 4.0 is available at www.hyperglance.com to download as a free 14-day trial. 

Hyperglance claims the new offering has several benefits:

Secure, relevant, multi-tenant, multi-cloud topology.

More rapid troubleshooting and optimization with greater context via secure resource controls from topology view.

Immediate, accurate validation of proper network segmentation required for security compliance such as required by the PCI Data Security Standard.

 Greater collaboration across infrastructure domains or IT groups via consistent topology view.

"Hyperglance provides a valuable tool for AWS and OpenStack users to gain cross-domain infrastructure visibility and implement secure actions with greater context," said Dan Twing, President, COO, and Executive Cloud Analyst, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA).  "The unique, interactive, 3D topology console provides users with faster time to insight and more proactive troubleshooting of relevant cloud resources." 

According to Gartner, Infrastructure-as-a-Service is set to take off at 38% growth in 2016, representing the number one public cloud service in 2016.  Yet at the same time, other predictions say the combination of both private and public clouds, or hybrid clouds, is also rising fast at 27% because CIO's demand the best of both worlds.

Hyperglance's strategy is to straddle these trends. With its platform, the company claims that administrators can automatically map public and private cloud resource and monitoring alert data across infrastructure domains, cloud systems, cloud accounts, VPCs, and regions.

You can find out more at www.hyperglance.com.