SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--GroundWork Open Source, Inc. (GWOS, http://www.gwos.com), the leader in commercial open source systems and network management software, today announced that it will be at Oracle Open World at the Moscone West Convention Center in San Francisco, on October 11-15, 2009. GWOS will be showcasing recently released GroundWork Monitor Enterprise 6.0 and the Enterprise Quickstart promotion.
The Enterprise Quickstart program enables customers to deploy GroundWork Monitor Enterprise software in their environment with training and support included for just $49.
In addition, the launch of the new Flex Pricing Program allows customers to deploy as little or as much monitoring as they need. By offering an expanded range of support options for customers of all sizes, GWOS customers can gain rapid ROI on their deployment of the leading open Enterprise monitoring platform.
New GroundWork Monitor Flex Pricing: http://gwos.com/products/flex-pricing.html
Wii at the Booth
Inside the booth, www.MonitoringForge.org will be hosting a ‘Video Game Chill Zone’ for Sys-Admins and Network Admins to meet and compete while playing The Beatles: Rock Band.
MonitoringForge.org (www.monitoringforge.org) is the hub of all open source projects that relate to IT monitoring. Any participant, project or company is welcome to contribute to the MonitoringForge community. As the first website to provide a common community for core developers of IT monitoring, MonitoringForge believes users can inspire an open standard and cross platform integration, so that network and systems monitoring tools becomes more efficient and less expensive.
About GroundWork Open Source (GWOS)
San Francisco-based GWOS (http://www.gwos.com) is the market leader in commercial open source network and systems management software, delivering enterprise-class network, system and application management solutions at a fraction of the cost of proprietary solutions.
GWOS's best of breed approach gives customers the flexibility to use diverse open source and proprietary technologies together under a unified interface, allowing users to leverage the advantages of open source while simultaneously preserving existing investments in legacy management tools. GWOS’s solutions are in use at organizations like Crocs, National Australia Bank, Siemens, Travel Click and World Bank.