Free edition of SquaredUp SCOM dashboards to support business continuity during COVID-19 crisis

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We know many of you are now working fully remotely and depending on SCOM more than ever to ensure critical systems remain stable and available to end-users.


So we are pleased to let you know that our friends at SquaredUp, Microsoft partner and long-term contributor to the SCOM community, are making a special edition of their web dashboards available completely free to all SCOM users for the next 6 months.


What it does


The new Business Continuity edition includes SquaredUp’s Enterprise Application Monitoring features and Open Access technology to enable you to monitor your applications with SCOM and then publish unlimited read-only, web-based dashboards to all stakeholders: IT teams, application owners and even end-users.


SquaredUp has already had some great quotes from their customers about how SquaredUp dashboards are helping them make the most out of SCOM and keeping their businesses running at this critical time:


“Thank you, I’m using SquaredUp dashboards to display remote access capacity to the business. It's invaluable.”

-  David Anderson, ReAssure


"With the coronavirus and everyone working from home, with SquaredUp we have now a way to see our applications are working"

- Pontus, currently trialling SquaredUp for a Swedish regional government



Sign Up for the Offer


Click here to see the full announcement from Richard Benwell, SquaredUp Founder and CEO and sign up to the offer.


Thank you to SquaredUp for their ongoing contributions to the SCOM community and we wish everyone well during this crisis.


Stay safe,




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