EverestIMS Shifts to Open Source Platform

DMX India, leading provider IT enabler, recently shifted their EverestIMS (Everest), an integrated management framework/end-to-end network management system, to open source platform. This move was aimed to cater better and customized solution to the users without spending huge amount on maintenance of the production set-up. With open source, one can efficiently use the resources and can even shift to cloud based deployment model easily.

 Commenting on the recent move, Satish Kumar V, Country Head, DMX India said, "Today Open Source has a lot to offer to business world.  With this shift (to open-source platform) we intend to align our solution offerings with the ever increasing trend in customer's corporate policy of embracing open source. It has also helped to build developer loyalty as developers feel empowered and have a sense of ownership of the end product. It allows efficient usage of the infrastructure resources for the EverestIMS application in the production environment and keeps operational costs down too."
Everest, a Make in India product (framework), was developed to address the pain points of CIOs and IT managers across verticals like IT/ITeS, Defense, BFSI, Manufacturing, Retail and Telecom.  It's up and running in the market for over decade. With Everest, one can integrate it with other systems, applications and service management solutions without any hassle. It will also provide improved communication with business line management through web-enabled reporting. Apart from this, it increases the ability to roll out new applications and services making responsive infrastructure.

"DMX India has leveraged upon its years' of experience and industry knowledge to develop the Everest with high performance, thereby helping the customer gain on multiple fronts. Everest ensures business agility, reduces operational costs, increases network resilience and ultimately improves your ROI. Everest's enhanced features can easily scale to meet the needs of the largest enterprise and most advanced networks," says Satish Kumar V, Country Head, DMX India.