• Infrastructure Performance Monitoring.

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    Network and Data Center Operations

  • SevOne Accelerates Its Aggressive Growth by Announcing a $50 Million Series C Financing Round.

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    “SevOne today announced a $50 million Series C financing round led by Westfield Capital Management and Bain Capital Ventures."

  • SevOne NEXT 2015 User Conference

    Join fellow customers, SevOne product experts and leadership on October 21st - 22nd for two productive days featuring customer keynotes, tech sessions, roadmap presentations and more at our first ever User Conference.

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The World's Most Connected Companies Choose SevOne:


Learn how the world's most scalable solution helps you monitor your entire infrastructure.

SevOne provides the only network monitoring platform, engineered for Speed at Scale. The patented SevOne Cluster architecture leverages distributed computing to scale infinitely and collect millions of objects to provide real-time reporting down to the second and help organizations prevent outages. SevOne customers include seven of the world’s 13 largest banks, enterprises, CSPs, MSPs and MSOs.


Networks, applications, servers, storage and environmentals. Collect and analyze any time series data from a single platform with incredible granularity.

incredible speed
to value.

You don’t need multiple teams to deploy or maintain SevOne. It’s an all-in-one appliance, available in hardware or virtual machine forms. No agents, no server licensing, and no DBAs required.

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Integrated metrics + flows + logs provide a holistic view for troubleshooting, capacity planning, and optimizing service delivery. Run reports against millions of metrics and watch how fast it works.

Upcoming Events

SevOne NEXT User Conference

October 21st, 2015 to October 22nd, 2015


October 26th, 2015 to October 28th, 2015

Latest News

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Why Legacy Monitoring Solutions Just Won’t Cut It

Tech–Tonics Advisor’s Gabriel Lowy weighs in on why customers are expecting more from their monitoring solutions.

The Creeping Terror

The Creeping Terror

Networking pros should start thinking about ways to counter tool creep. Part of the problem stems from a reliance on too many free and open source tools.