Carahsoft Adds Platform Diagnostics Software To GSA Schedule; Natalie Gregory Comments


Carahsoft Technology Corp. has partnered with OC Systems to provide government customers with root-cause diagnostics software built for Red Hat platforms, the companies announced Tuesday.

Carahsoft will distribute OC Systems’ RootCause Transaction Instrumentation software to agencies for running on Red Hat’s JBoss Operations Network.

RTI will be offered as a complementary solution under Carahsoft’s General Services Administration schedule, said Natalie Gregory, vice president of Carahsoft’s open source practice.

Organizations will use RTI to monitor their JBoss apps and manage application performance. 

The  tool gives users end-to-end visibility into performance issues and software applications bottlenecks, allowing users to deploy, manage, monitor and diagnose JBoss applications. 

In recent weeks, Carahsoft has added offerings from Actiance and AppSecInc to its GSA schedule.


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