Continuity Software Provides Risk Detection and Outage Prevention via AvailabilityGuard 7.1

By CIOReview | Monday, March 21, 2016
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FREMONT, CA: The latest version of the award winning AvailabilityGuard software, AvailabilityGuard 7.1 has been recently introduced by the leading provider of T Operations Analytics for infrastructure outage prevention, Continuity Software. This latest entrant in the market offers enterprise IT teams with advanced predictive analytics, risk detection, and outage prevention capabilities throughout their VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V private cloud environments.

AvailabilityGuard 7.1 ensures resiliency, high availability, and operational excellence, empowering IT infrastructure teams with its predictive IT Operations Analytics capabilities. This new release helps IT enterprises to identify and mitigate deviations and configuration flaws that may cause downtime and data loss risk in the entire infrastructure.    

"While the transition of mission-critical systems to the cloud has been underway for several years, IT organizations have a steep learning curve to go through," said Doron Pinhas, CTO, Continuity Software. "The level of organizational competency and the maturity of the tools for managing private cloud environments are still far from where they need to be to ensure enterprise-grade resiliency. The latest release of AvailabilityGuard allows IT organizations close the knowledge gap and eradicate bad practices and risky configurations across the IT landscape - from the traditional datacenter to the emerging cloud infrastructure."

The new capabilities of Version 7.1 of AvailabilityGuard include everything from direct connectivity to Brocade and Cisco fabric management consoles, as well as Infinidat storage. Support for these systems further expands the IT landscape covered by AvailabilityGuard across all IT infrastructure layers, with over 6,000 built-in risk signatures for all major Unix and Windows operating systems, storage solutions (EMC, HP, IBM, and NetApp), databases, application servers, virtualization, SAN fabric, and more.