FieldView Solutions Acquired By Nlyte Software

SAN MATEO, CA – Feb 4, 2016 – Nlyte Software, the leading data center service management (DCSM) solution provider for seamlessly automating data center operations and infrastructure into an enterprises IT ecosystem, today announced its acquisition of FieldView Solutions, the leading real-time event correlation, alarming and analytics provider to the data center industry.

“FieldView has built a very successful business providing critical real-time alarming and analytics to some of the largest co-location facilities and enterprises in the world. In today’s on-demand world, it is imperative for an enterprise to be able to react quickly to changes in the state of its data centers,” said Doug Sabella, president and CEO of Nlyte Software. “The health of a data center’s infrastructure is critically important to an IT organization’s mission to deliver high-quality services on time and cost effectively. For too long, critical facilities have been managed opaquely and it is our intent with the integration of FieldView’s solution to bring transparency needed to tightly integrate and enhance automation of other key IT functions, such as incident management and performance management.”

“We share the same vision as Nlyte. Our combined customer list and the strength of our united solutions will further bolster Nlyte’s position as the leader in this industry. Our focus has always been to enable large enterprises to optimize their data center operations through real-time monitoring, alarming, trending and analysis,” said Fred Dirla, CEO of FieldView Solutions. “We are excited to join Nlyte Software and bring these robust capabilities to the growing DCSM market.”

Like Nlyte, FieldView recognizes the importance of following up successful deployments with superior customer service. FieldView’s customers can be assured of the highest level of customer service from Nlyte, while also being offered a new and expanded set of functionality.

About FieldView Solutions

Fieldview Solutions provides managers of today’s complex, mission-critical data centers and co-location facilities with browser-based, scalable software tools that deliver a real-time view into all aspects of DCIM (Data Center Infrastructure Management). Since 2006, FieldView has helped data center IT and facilities operations professionals in many of the largest data centers in the world which includes six of the top 10 banks, three of the top 5 technology providers and twelve of the largest co-lo facilities in the US, Europe and Asia Pacific. FieldView currently monitors over 2 gigawatts for the largest financial institutions, co-location faciliites, government agencies and telecommunications giants. With partners in Europe, Asia/Pacific and South America, FieldView meets the needs of a broad range of users including the largest-scale global corporate clients.

About Nlyte Software

Nlyte is the leading software company that automates the management of services provided by the data center (DCSM). Many of the world’s largest and most sophisticated data centers use Nlyte to become more agile, reduce costs and operate more efficiently. Founded in 2004, Nlyte provides a comprehensive and proven DCSM solution with a modern, web-services architecture. With Nlyte, customers can easily manage all their existing data center processes, resources, policies, assets and interrelationships.

About Fairmount Partners

Fairmount Partners is one of the largest investment banking groups in the Mid-Atlantic region. The firm specializes in advising middle-market growth companies with mergers and acquisitions, capital raising and strategic advice.  Fairmount offers deep expertise in technology and healthcare services and related products.  Fairmount has completed more than 160 transactions throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.  For more information, please visit:

Principals of Fairmount Partners acted as advisors to FieldView Solutions in this transaction.

Allen Born

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