The Trials of Traditional Enterprise Monitoring & IT Operations

IT operational processes are centered around the best enterprise monitoring systems and tools responding to events and alerts. However, assessing tools create thousands of notifications every day, which are often disregarded because these teams lack the time and resources to scrutinize notifications and identify which ones require attention. Such problems are intensified by the complications of modern data centers in which calculations, network operations, and capacity are often fragmented into separate silos.

The outcome in disparate intelligence and data makes actionable resolution strategies almost inconceivable.

An Effective Approach with Algorithmic IT Operations (AIOps)

AIOps goes beyond traditional IT operations management and utilizes artificial intelligence and machine learning for the automation of tasks and processes that have previously required human intervention. AIOps has the potential to recognize issues in a flash and settling them in minutes. By assimilating security information, event management, and business analytics, it uses sophisticated algorithms to examine historical and real-time data from several sources to support more informed decision making and offer constant understanding into the performance of business facilities. This eventually drives down operational costs while growing user satisfaction.

Gartner estimates that around half of all global enterprises will be vigorously using AIOps by 2020, compared to less than 10% today.

Our Continuous Intelligence Enterprise Monitoring Strategies

We offer Continuous Intelligence Enterprise Monitoring (CIEM) solutions to assist companies in benefitting the AIOps strategy. CIEM grows upon our experience in application development and performance monitoring, improved with big data, and next-gen algorithmic technologies.

At N2Tech, we have a team of experts to aid you in assessing your environment and incorporating the best enterprise monitoring tools for constant insight into the performance of your most critical services.