Network World has published an article by OpsDataStore CEO Bernd Harzog, Modern Monitoring is a Big Data Problem. This article explains how innovation, rapid rates of change across the IT stack virtualization and dynamic behavior all combine to turn monitoring of the modern IT stack into a big data problem.
OpsDataStore is pleased to announce a dramatic addition to our existing 1.2 product, Deterministic Root Cause. Leveraging our patent pending Dynamic Topology Mapping engine, allows OpsDataStore to do anomaly analysis on factual relationships over time. Since we know, for example, upon which virtual server, host and datastore a transaction is running, and since we know this for a fact (i.e., not via correlation), we can then perform accurate pair-wise anomaly analysis on transactions and their supporting virtual and physical infrastructure.
According to Storage Switzerland, “The entire panoply of performance related monitoring tools deployed in IT yield an opportunity ripe for harvest. Because IT already has instrumented key infrastructure and applications with performance monitors, these are projects that can potentially start quickly and can benefit from historical data”.
InsideBigData has published a comprehensive interview of Bernd Harzog the CEO of OpsDataStore. This interview covers the definition of Data Driven IT Operations, the benefits of Data Driven IT Operations, and how enterprise organizations can get started with Data Driven IT Operations.
Read IT Quick has published a comprehensive interview with OpsDataStore CEO Bernd Harzog that covers the changes in the monitoring industry, the impact of Cisco buying AppDynamics, and OpsDataStore’s unique big data ecosystem strategy.