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Company Overview of GroundWork, Inc.
GroundWork, Inc. provides an open platform for network, application, and cloud monitoring for companies with heterogeneous operating systems, applications, and hardware environments in the United States and internationally. It offers GroundWork Monitor Enterprise, a real-time availability and performance monitoring system, which tracks and records availability, delivers problem notifications, and presents trending data and reports for IT infrastructure using an enterprise class portal with customizable dashboards. The company also provides planning, implementation, operations and maintenance, and training services. It serves customers in various industries, such as business services, compute...
631 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for GroundWork, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder and Japanese Business Development Advisor
Vice President of Finance and Administration
Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
GroundWork, Inc. Key Developments
GroundWork, Inc. Expands OpenStack Juno, Kilo and Mirantis Support
May 20 15
GroundWork, Inc. announced it is expanding support for OpenStack Juno, Kilo and Mirantis via GroundWork CloudHub. Newly added support will give customers improved visibility into the entire OpenStack deployment from the physical through the virtual. GroundWork Cloud Hub with added OpenStack support has the ability to monitor several components within the OpenStack framework enabling users to: Monitor OpenStack Juno, featuring expanded compute monitoring metrics for Nova and Ceilometer, Have the improved ability to monitor hypervisor, network and storage, Monitor Docker on OpenStack, Have expanded OpenStack distribution support with the addition of Mirantis OpenStack and Monitor OpenStack Kilo as soon as it is released.
GroundWork, Inc. Releases Groundwork BoxSpy to Monitor Docker and Linux Container Environments
Nov 12 14
GroundWork, Inc. released GroundWork BoxSpy, designed specifically to monitor Docker and other Linux container environments. GroundWork BoxSpy is the most resource-efficient, comprehensive monitoring system available for container technologies. Benefits of monitoring Docker containers with GroundWork BoxSpy are Works 'out-of-the-box' with GroundWork, but also has a REST API that makes it compatible with other monitoring technologies. Lives in a container and is capable of monitoring other containers running on the same system. Designed for both DevOps and production environments. Adds full-featured enterprise monitoring to Docker environments with the ability to correlate Docker performance with the rest of the IT environment. Designed for dynamic environments - automatically monitors new Docker containers as spin them up. BoxSpy is based on Google's cAdvisor container monitoring technology and improves it by dramatically reducing the resource demand and performance impact; API clean-up and bug-fixing; Removing unnecessary overhead that isn't needed when talking to an external monitoring system; Normalizing metrics to make them more human readable and standardized; Adding threshold setting; and Adding process monitoring.
GroundWork, Inc. Announces the First Performance Monitoring Solution for the OpenStack Cloud Operating System
May 14 14
GroundWork, Inc. announced the first performance monitoring solution for the OpenStack cloud operating system. Monitoring for OpenStack is available through GroundWork Cloud Hub enabling availability and performance visibility for Nova compute, Neutron networking and Cinder storage components, as well as the underlying physical hardware and other typical data center assets. GroundWork Cloud Hub with OpenStack monitoring has the ability to monitor several components within the OpenStack framework enabling users to: Monitor performance and availability of Nova, Neutron, and Cinder OpenStack modules; Make sense of metrics across the entire system; Combine metrics for multi-level trouble shooting. Visualize specific data important for provisioning and capacity planning including: CPU Steal (Linux), ReadyState (VMWare); Storage from the VM down to the SAN; Network throughput across routers, switches and virtual networks.
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