The site is the first of its kind & provides a single source for organisations & users to exchange the latest information on operational applications & tools.
Online PR News – 04-December-2018 – Ealing, London – OpsMatters has launched a new site for users, developers, enthusiasts and decision-makers who seek up-to-date news and information on operational tools and applications. Daily updates include press releases, blogs, news, publications (white papers, e-books and reports), videos, a calendar of upcoming events, and open source projects.
The site is the first of its kind and aims to provide a much-needed focal point for many areas in operational technology and software, featuring: Monitoring & Alerting, Analytics & Reporting, Helpdesk & Collaboration Tools, and DevOps & Security. More information can be found at www.OpsMatters.com.
"I started OpsMatters because I needed to carry out an evaluation of available Monitoring and Log Management tools for my employer, but couldn't find any single site dedicated to providing the information I needed. So, I started the site myself to let other people know what is going on in these rapidly-evolving areas, enabling them to ask the right questions and get correct, impartial answers," said OpsMatters Founder and industry expert, Gerald Curley.
Along with daily updates on news and events, site users can also expect information on new releases as they appear, showcases on the best and brightest advancements in technology, a platform for thought leaders and rising stars to express their ideas, and space for open source contributors and collaborators to share information about their projects.
Lucian Daniliuc, founder of uptime monitoring tool Monitive, says, "OpsMatters is like a breath of fresh air for anyone involved with operational tools."
The site currently has over 200 contributing organisations and 5,000 articles and videos, with more being added every day. While OpsMatters does receive great support from many of the best companies in the industry, they also pledge to remain both independent and impartial.
"OpsMatters is grateful for our contributors -- both individuals and organisations -- and sponsors for getting us to this point. We are thrilled to be working with each of you as we cultivate this resource for ops enthusiasts around the world," Curley says.
Anyone with an operational service can contribute to the site by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Organisations listed on OpsMatters get a customized, branded page with their news, videos, white papers, e-books, webinars and events -- completely free. Alternatively, any organisation interested in advertising opportunities can become a sponsor by visiting opsmatters.com/sponsorship.
Full details on the OpsMatters platform can be found at www.OpsMatters.com.