Middleware Administration & Monitoring with Infrared360®
Middleware Administration & Monitoring with Infrared360®John Ghilino2020-10-08T17:02:15+00:00
We manage and monitor your Middleware systems, such as IBM MQ, ACE, WAS, DP, Apache Kafka, Tibco EMS, etc. We look for performance issues and provide delegated visibility for IT teams into their middleware environments. Our portal empowers self-service, streamlines systems, reduces maintenance, and improves operational efficiency.
Agentless – Runs how you want it (Cloud, Hybrid-Cloud, On Prem)
Access from Anywhere – Browser based allows access worldwide
Single Security Model – No need to worry about outside threats
Proactive Monitoring – See your problems before they arise
Trusted Spaces® – You have full control in allowing users to only see what they are supposed to
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Avada Software’s flagship product, Infrared360®, is an IT management portal providing total administration, monitoring, testing, auditing, analytics dashboards, and self-service for cloud, on-prem, or hybrid environments. Get secure, collaborative management of elements across your IT stack like Kafka®, IBM MQ™, IBM IIB™, TIBCO EMS™, WebSphere™, JBoss™, & Apache™, URLs, and SOAP & REST-based web services.
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