Needham, MA — April 22, 2014 Centerity Systems, a pioneer provider of next-generation, unified monitoring solutions for end-to-end coverage of IT assets for complex, hybrid environments, today announces its recognition in the “Cool Vendors in IT Operations, 2014” report by Gartner.  The April 2014 report, authored by Research Vice Presidents Jeffrey Brooks, Ronni Colville, Jonah Kowall et al., outlines, “IT operations leaders are looking for new ways to deliver more value to the business. Tools for effective decision making can improve the infrastructure and operations team’s ability to allocate resources to the right types of activities. The Cool Vendors featured in this year’s research demonstrate new ways to improve automation of ITOM tasks, as well as a focus on merged views for monitoring and management.

 Centerity’s solution is a unified monitoring platform for an organization’s entire complex, hybrid technology landscape.  It provides end-to-end coverage of complex, hybrid environments including physical, virtual, application and cloud assets while providing Business Service Management (BSM) views, end-user experience (EUX) functionality and big-data stack coverage (for solutions including SAP HANA, Hadoop, MongoDB, NoSQL) in a single, software architecture. Centerity also supports cloud platforms such as Amazon CloudWatch and OpenStack.

“We are honored to be recognized by such a prestigious and universally respected organization such as Gartner.  We take great pride in our ability to offer enterprises class and carrier class end-to-end monitoring coverage of complex, hybrid environments including physical, virtual, application and cloud assets via our seamless unified platform,” says Marty Pejko, COO of Centerity.  “We believe it’s a testament to the market demanding for a next generation software platform that enables organization to finally reap the benefits of Business Service Management (BSM) in a turn-key solution with superior Time To Value (TTV), Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and Return On Investment (ROI).”

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Gartner Names Centerity as a Cool Vendor in its IT Operations Report for 2014