|By PR Newswire||
|August 12, 2014 07:58 AM EDT||
READING, England, August 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Opsview, the leading unified services monitoring vendor, today announced upgraded mobile apps for iOS and Android, bringing a newly refreshed user interface for mobile network & application monitoring. The new apps aim to make it more convenient for users to keep in check with their on-premise, virtualized and cloud-based systems.
"Users need access to their monitoring systems wherever they are, quickly & easily as outages can happen anywhere at anytime. Our new apps are designed to make it simple for users to see their business systems and keep check on their statuses," comments Sam Marsh, Product Manager at Opsview.
Key features of the upgraded apps -
- Brand new user interface and improved user experience for Android users.
- Increased functionality for Android - users can now re-submit checks, control acknowledgements and can now view by keyword, host and host-group.
- Android now supports push notifications.
- Refreshed user interface for iOS users.
- Opsview iOS now supports iOS 7.
- iOS now supports pull to refresh functionality.
- Several improvements to the user experience.
"It is incredibly important to make sure that Opsview is available to users wherever they may be. Mission critical systems need to be online 24x7, so monitoring systems also need to be accessible whenever, wherever," continues Sam Marsh.
NOTES TO EDITOR
Opsview is an innovative business service and IT infrastructure monitoring platform that delivers improved control on an enterprise scale. Its outstanding combination of ease-of-use and a flexible, standards-based architecture has attracted a wide range of SME's, enterprise and government customers including Harvard Law, MIT, Yale and Cornell Universities; Allianz, BSkyB, UPS, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Netapp, VMware and Müller. The vendor's notable service provider customers include IBM, Telefonica, Dimension Data, BT Plusnet and Colt.
Copyright © 2014 Opsview. All Rights Reserved. Enterprise Centre, Whiteknights Road, Reading, RG6 6BU, UK. Opsview, Opsview Enterprise and Opsview Pro are trademarks of Opsview Ltd. All other trademarks, trade names, service marks and logos referenced belong to their respective companies.
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