#RoadCast2017: True Full Stack Visibility With @Uila_Inc

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We’re touring Silicon Valley this month meeting with industry leaders to discuss the latest technologies and the current state of enterprise IT. We spoke with Chia-Chee Kuan, CEO and President of Uila, to learn more about his newest startup and what it provides.

Uila offers full stack data center visibility, with things like analytics and correlation capabilities, so that organizations can obtain the highest data center performance, Kuan explains in the video. This means compute, storage and networking at the physical layer all the way up to the virtualization resource management layer and application performance management and monitoring, says Kuan.

But Uila doesn’t stop there. It collects a wealth of data, even from the user experience, so organizations can troubleshoot issues incredibly fast and prevent issues from occurring in the first place. With all of this data, Uila is a fully correlated solution, says Kuan, able to truly examine the full picture.

If you’re ready to see the power of Uila for yourself, the company offers a free 30-day trial (along with help installing the software solution) as well as a demo option, both available at uila.com.

What Is Full Stack Visibility?

In a separate video segment, Kuan goes deeper into Uila’s full stack visibility. This is what truly differentiates Uila from other visibility solutions available on the market, like VMware vCenter, because it’s so in-depth.

Full stack visibility starts at the very bottom, with insights into the physical layer; but where other companies stop, Uila keeps going to include even the end user experience. In the video, Kuan explains how Uila makes this possible and illustrates just how deep the visibility can go and how it can solve real-world problems.

David Davis
david@actualtechmedia.com

Follow David on Twitter   David Davis is a partner at ActualTech Media. With over 20 years in enterprise technology, he has served as an IT Manager and has authored hundreds of papers, ebooks, and video training courses. He’s a 6 x vExpert, VCP, VCAP, & CCIE# 9369.

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