Paid Monitor, Inc. will be busy next week at The 451 Group’s Fourth Annual Client Conference on November 3-4 at Boston’s Marriott Longwharf Hotel. We’ll be one of six companies featured in the conference’s 2009 Innovators’ Showcase – where we’ll be laying out our business vision: “Monitoring in the Cloud: Monitor Anything from Anywhere,” to more than 300 top executives from leading US enterprises.
It’s quite an honor to be included in this group – all cutting-edge tech firms.
But we won’t be too busy to unveil a series of major announcements before and during the same week. I’m confident that the news will help us to continue to cement our lead over conventional, software-based monitoring technologies.
And, if you think, as CEO of Paid Monitor, that I’m prejudiced and you shouldn’t take my word for where the future of cloud-based monitoring is going, then just listen to Dennis Callaghan, enterprise software analyst at The 451 Group. “The cloud is the next frontier of IT operations management,” he said, in a Paid Monitor press release. “With its ability to do performance monitoring, testing and configuration management in the cloud, and of workloads running in the cloud, at an affordable price, we believe Paid Monitor is a company to watch in the nascent Cloud management space.”
Couldn’t have said it better myself.
But while I graciously accept the compliment, I’m more excited about the rising need among companies for cloud-based performance and transaction monitoring. Today, for more than 50,000 customers of all sizes and in all industries (and across the world), we’re monitoring millions of transactions daily on web sites, servers, networks, desktops, apps, printers, SMS – you name it, and all from the cloud.