RapidScale and ScienceLogic Partner to Deliver Advanced Managed Cloud Services  

Strategic partnership produces a leading monitoring, performance and security solution for RapidScale global managed cloud services

IRVINE, Calif. – April 12, 2018 –  RapidScale, a leader in managed cloud services, has announced a strategic partnership with ScienceLogic, a leader in hybrid IT infrastructure management. Together, RapidScale and ScienceLogic enable companies with a Hybrid IT management solution that allows them to adopt the latest technologies without sacrificing management visibility.

The combination of RapidScale’s high-performance managed cloud solutions and the ScienceLogic Hybrid IT platform enables customers to see real-time dashboard views of RapidScale managed cloud performance, combined with customer on-premises infrastructure visibility.

The ScienceLogic platform is fully customizable, allowing for monitoring the health, status and performance of on-premises customer infrastructure and RapidScale cloud services. Live dashboarding, advanced ticketing and event-driven automation allows customers to maintain a proactive stance for their applications. In addition, real-time visibility into RapidScale server and cloud systems enables actionable insight into how applications thrive and react in the cloud with trending analysis.

“We are very excited to be partnering with ScienceLogic for our platform monitoring, event handling, and ticketing needs,” said Duane Barnes, senior vice president, technology, RapidScale. “As we’ve expanded our global platform, our needs have evolved to the point where we need a flexible company to partner with in order to take our feedback and immediately add it into their product development lifecycle. ScienceLogic gives us the ability to customize our digital run books to our customers’ exact needs.”

ScienceLogic supports RapidScale’s ability to leverage a solution that can see across the network, server, storage and cloud infrastructure, and up the stack to the application layer.

RapidScale’s Chief Operations Officer William Hiatt said “As we continue to experience record growth, it is imperative we have a unified view of our customers’ environments to continue providing best-in-class service. After an exhaustive search, we were attracted to the ScienceLogic platform which will continue to help us deliver best-in-class service to our customers across the globe.”

“ScienceLogic is very excited to work with RapidScale to bring advanced automation to their operations team, as well as new levels of advanced visibility to RapidScale’s customers across the entire hybrid IT landscape,” said Dave Link, chief executive officer, ScienceLogic Inc.

About RapidScale

RapidScale, a managed cloud services provider, delivers world-class, secure, and reliable cloud computing solutions to companies of all sizes across the globe. Its state-of-the-art managed CloudDesktop platform and market-leading cloud solutions are the reasons why RapidScale is the provider of choice for leading MSOs, VARs, MSPs, Carriers and Master Agents throughout the United States. RapidScale is not only delivering a service but also innovating advanced solutions and applications for the cloud computing space. RapidScale’s innovative solutions include CloudServer, CloudDesktop, CloudOffice, CloudMail, CloudRecovery, CloudApps, and more. For more information on RapidScale, visit www.rapidscale.net.

About ScienceLogic

ScienceLogic is a leader in Hybrid IT Infrastructure Management, providing modern IT operations with actionable insights to resolve and predict problems faster in a digital, ephemeral world. Its solution sees everything across cloud and distributed architectures, contextualizes data through relationship mapping, and acts on this insight through integration and automation. Trusted by thousands of organizations, ScienceLogic’s technology was designed for the rigorous security requirements of United States Department of Defense, proven for scale by the world’s largest service providers, and optimized for the needs of large enterprises.