NITOROM Inc., a provider of IT infrastructure monitoring software, recently launched NiTO, a SaaS-based offering designed to detect and resolve issues before they impact an organization’s operations and security posture.

According to the Toronto-based firm, as organizations embark on complex digital transformation journeys, having deep visibility into IT assets, both physical and virtual, becomes increasingly important in meeting reliability, security and compliance requirements.

“IT departments typically rely on a complex mix of tools to monitor their organization’s infrastructure health and those tools come with a daunting learning curve and price tag,” said Montu Chadha, founder and CEO of Nitorom Inc.

“NiTO was born out of the frustration we experienced as a Managed IT Service Provider (MSP) responsible for managing many disparate environments. NiTO reduces the number of tools an IT team needs by consolidating a wide range of parameters into a single dashboard.”

Designed to work out-of-the-box, NiTO’s platform ensures IT teams spend less time guessing and more time resolving problems.

It is capable of providing visibility into the health and performance of servers, end points, network devices and applications across on-premises, hosted, and public cloud environments including Microsoft Azure and AWS, the company said in a release.

NiTO is currently being used across a range of global public and private sector industries, including municipal governments, legal, manufacturing, entertainment and telecom.

“Monitoring has become absolutely crucial to our business,” says Noam Tomczak, chief operating officer of iotum, a company that specializes in teleconferencing and group communications

NiTO features Include:

  • Real time, high-resolution monitoring for Windows and Linux
  • Ping, and TCP uptime
  • SNMP network monitoring
  • VMware & Hyper-V host and guest monitoring
  • AWS & Azure cloud monitoring
  • Website monitoring & SSL certificate checks
  • Log file monitoring
  •  Parenting & flapping detection
  • Event escalation
  • Custom metrics
  • Detailed historical data
  • Performance reports

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Paul Barker