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Monitis Get's Religion! Becomes The First Monitoring Dashboard To Convert From Flash To Open-source

Monitis Get's Religion! Becomes The First Monitoring Dashboard To Convert From Flash To Open-source

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Monitis, the leading provider of the world's first Cloud-based network and application monitoring suite, today announced another revolutionary advance in its technology. Monitis will be the first monitoring dashboard provider to switch from Flash to open-source HTML5 when displaying dynamic content in its web-based dashboard. This switch makes Monitis' interactive dashboard faster and more universally compatible.

Given increasing concern surrounding the problems with Flash (battery drain, not open-source, and security vulnerabilities), Monitis was already sensitive to the issue. When results from a recent user survey showed that Monitis users want faster-loading, non-flash charts, Monitis realized that the time had come to make the switch.

As a SaaS provider of IT management, Monitis has always been committed to making its interface as fast and user-friendly as possible. The dashboard is instantly deployable, making getting up and running simple. Ajax pop-ups allow users to perform management tasks quickly without loading multiple web pages. With the new open-source HTML5 charts will load much faster and contain more interactive features. These new charts will be based on open-source Flot, a pure JavaScript plotting library for jQuery.

Said CEO Hovhannes Avoyan, "Liberating IT manager's time. That is our single-minded focus. Our move to open-source HTML5 is solely about this. While the move saves our users' time by loading faster in the short-run, HTML5 will also save them time in the long-run by being open-source and more secure than Flash. That we are the first to move to HTML5, well, that's just par for the course for us.”

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