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Cloud Expo Exhibitor SoftLayer Partners with Cloudkick

They will help customers manage and monitor their CloudLayer Computing Instances and resources

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SoftLayer Technologies, a global provider of on-demand data center, hosting, and cloud services, has announced a partnership with Cloudkick to help customers manage and monitor their CloudLayer Computing Instances and resources.

Cloudkick allows customers to manage cloud-hosted resources through a variety of unified tools. Cloudkick’s unique management offering will allow SoftLayer customers to easily mange and monitor numerous resources, regardless of setup, through one easy-to-use dashboard. Key benefits include:

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  • Monitoring and fault detection
  • Trend analysis with interactive graphs
  • Support for multiple clouds
  • Flexible alert options, including SMS

“One of SoftLayer’s core advantages is that we give customers unparalleled control over their computing environment,” said George Karidis, SoftLayer Chief Strategy Officer. “Cloudkick helps us extend that advantage, providing even more power for tracking and monitoring resources within diverse infrastructure environments.”

“Cloudkick will bring value to SoftLayer’s CloudLayer infrastructure services by giving SoftLayer customers access to our robust set of tools to help manage their infrastructure,” said Dan Di Spaltro, Cloudkick Co-Founder. “Through this partnership with SoftLayer, we are continuing to work towards our goal of opening the cloud and giving our users a choice between numerous hosting providers.”

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