New Public Agents at Projet Cirrus

Pierre-Luc Charbonneau
Pierre-Luc Charbonneau Jul. 3, 2019

New Public Agents at Projet Cirrus

Last April, we introduced public agents operated by third parties. This feature allows users to monitor network performance between their standard agents (located in offices and data centers) and public agents located inside a third party infrastructure. This is a very effective way for users to monitor network performance metrics such as latency, jitter, packet loss and throughput from their service or cloud provider infrastructure.

Today, we are announcing two new Public Agents operated by Projet Cirrus. Projet Cirrus is a suite of Cloud services created by Micro Logic that makes it possible to migrate servers and data to one of Canada’s most modern data centers in Quebec City or Montreal. Projet Cirrus Cloud services are cutting-edge technology in TierIII data centers.

The Projet Cirrus vision is to provide businesses with personalized, scalable solutions, to assist them with technological changes, and to facilitate their transition to the digital age.

With this Obkio Partnership, Projet Cirrus customers will now be able to monitor end-to-end services between their offices and their cloud infrastructure.

Julien Dernaucourt, VP Strategic Alliances at Micro Logic comments: "Even if we are not responsible for our customers’ Internet connectivity, it is our responsibility as trusted advisors to provide tools to our customers, so they can get end-to-end visibility on their network performance and decrease their troubleshooting delays". Mr. Dernaucourt continued, "Companies that use Obkio’s Solution gain maturity and experience every time they solve a problem they could not identify before".

Projet Cirrus has installed two Obkio Public Agents in the province of Quebec in Canada:

  • Montreal
  • Quebec City

This is the easiest solution to proactively monitor network performance by establishing a performance baseline. It reduces troubleshooting delays and helps identifying issues before they affect end-users.