Pittsburgh, PA – June 24, 2015 – Today NetBeez, which offers a comprehensive solution for network monitoring from the user perspective, announced that it has joined the Cumulus Networks Technology Ecosystem Partner (TEP) program. Cumulus Networks is the provider of Cumulus® Linux®, the operating system for open networking.
By joining the Cumulus Networks TEP program, NetBeez® advances the adoption of modern data center architecture and associated economic and service delivery benefits. Integration of the NetBeez software agent with Cumulus Linux enables NetBeez customers to extend their distributed network monitoring capabilities into cloud computing and data center network environments.
Cumulus Networks customers are now able to install and run a NetBeez software agent on their open hardware switches to monitor network and application performance, review historical baselines and proactively detect performance degradation issues. With Cumulus Linux integration, users can now get better visibility into network and application performance, improving uptime and reliability of the services delivered to end users.
“Cumulus Networks customers can now use the NetBeez agent to gather and use data about the status of their network infrastructure and proactively address application performance issues,” said Reza Malekzadeh, Vice President of Business at Cumulus Networks.
“Together with Cumulus Networks, we enable joint customers that are implementing open networking to successfully adopt distributed network monitoring to improve economics in the data center,” said Panayiotis Neophytou, CTO and cofounder of NetBeez.
About Cumulus Networks
Unleash the power of Open Networking with Cumulus Networks. Founded by veteran networking engineers from Cisco and VMware, Cumulus Networks makes the first Linux operating system for networking hardware and fills a critical gap in realizing the true promise of the software-defined data center. Just as Linux completely transformed the economics and innovation on the server side of the data center, Cumulus Linux is doing the same for the network. It is radically reducing the costs and complexities of operating modern data center networks for service providers and businesses of all sizes. Cumulus Networks has received venture funding from Andreessen Horowitz, Battery Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Peter Wagner and four of the original VMware founders. For more information visit cumulusnetworks.com or follow @cumulusnetworks.
NetBeez, Inc. offers a distributed network monitoring system for enterprises with centralized IT and many network locations. NetBeez measures and reports key performance indicators of network and service quality, enabling companies to quickly troubleshoot and fix network problems, cutting costs and reducing network downtime. For more information visit netbeez.net or follow @NetBeez.