Zenoss Announces H1 2020 Results, Cloud Revenue Up 469% Year Over Year

Zenoss Inc. | July 30, 2020

Zenoss Announces H1 2020 Results, Cloud Revenue Up 469% Year Over Year
Zenoss Inc., the leader in intelligent application and service monitoring, today announced its company highlights for the first half of 2020. Among many noteworthy accomplishments, Zenoss recorded key sales milestones in its Zenoss Cloud offering, the industry's first full-stack monitoring plus AIOps platform.
The key Zenoss Cloud metric was in revenue, which grew by 469% year over year. The Zenoss Cloud platform was launched in mid-2018 and has been the company's flagship product, optimizing application performance in any environment from simple infrastructures to the most complex, dynamic multicloud IT deployments.

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