Skyline Communications has integrated its DataMiner network management system with Bridge Technologies’ monitoring system.
The integration will make its debut at IBC 2015 and allows for the real-time exchange of status data, with widgets to display DataMiner alerts and information pages on Bridge Technologies’ remote data wall in a user-configurable display.
Bridge Technologies and Skyline Communications claim they are providing a “very high degree of elasticity to operators of digital media services,” with the means to collate and customise their own mix of decision-supporting information.
When combined with Bridge Technologies’ new virtualised probes, this gives customers the ability to implement new monitoring topologies instantly in response to changing conditions, they said.
“The world is moving to all-IP interconnectivity and software-defined processing. This opens up new possibilities for further-reaching confidence monitoring throughout the entire network in a cost-effective manner,” said Steven Soenens, product marketing director of Skyline Communications.
“Using DataMiner’s media workflow orchestration combined with virtualised software probes from Bridge Technologies, operators can easily instantiate confidence monitoring for any service, at any time, at any location in the datacenter or cloud.
Skyline Communications will exhibit at IBC on booth 1.A23, Bridge Technologies will exhibit on 1.F68
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