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Netuitive Partner Amasol Sees Emerging Demand for IT Operations Analytics
IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) is seeing traction in Germany and the EU. read "Netuitive Partner Amasol Sees Emerging Demand for IT Operations Analytics"
Anomalies that Matter!
....like needles in a haystack
By Dr. Elizabeth A. Nichols, Chief Data Scientist As Netuitive’s Chief Data Scientist, I am fortunate to work closely with some of the worlds’ largest banks, telcos, and eCommerce companies. Increasingly the executives that I speak with at these companies are no longer focused on just detecting application performance anomalies - they want to understand the impact this has on the business. read "Anomalies that Matter!"
IT Analytics Are Moving Beyond Early Adoption
Dr. Elizabeth A. Nichols, Chief Data Scientist After several months getting settled into my role as Chief Data Scientist for Netuitive I have focused on learning the product’s capabilities and limits and have been struck by the depth of intelligence and automation that have been built during nearly 20 years of cumulative R&D. read "IT Analytics Are Moving Beyond Early Adoption"
Survey: Splunk User Wish List for Advanced Analytics and Anomaly Detection
Application and IT Infrastructure Performance are Top Use Cases
by Graham Gillen Netuitive recently posted a survey to the Splunk LinkedIn User Group and readers of APMdigest. Here's a summary of the results. read "Survey: Splunk User Wish List for Advanced Analytics and Anomaly Detection"
What Business Leaders Want From IT Monitoring
From executive to business value dashboards
By Nicola Sanna I recently came across Gartner research authored by analyst Colin Fletcher about the emergence of Business Value Dashboards (BVDs) that are replacing today's conventional executive dashboards. When analyst research mentions a developing IT trend, I take note. But I pay special attention when my own experience with customers validates what the analysts are saying. read "What Business Leaders Want From IT Monitoring"
Netuitive's Breakfast Bash at BAFTA
Netuitive's Breakfast Bash at BAFTA
By Graham Gillen Director of Product Marketing What do Marilyn Monroe, Gartner Analyst Will Cappelli, and London's top IT Executives have in common? They were all at a breakfast at BAFTA discussing IT Operations Analytics. read "Netuitive's Breakfast Bash at BAFTA"
Information + Intention - Training = Frustration!
Netuitive's "Reverse Classroom" Training Approach
By Mark WheatTraining Services Manager As enterprises seek to better understand the business impact of IT, demand for IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) tools and technologies is accelerating rapidly with analysts forecasting 10 fold growth in just a few years. read "Information + Intention - Training = Frustration!"
Silo Busting with IT Operations Analytics
Gartner validates evolutionary approach to solving complex problems
My name is Jason Simpson, and I’m a silo-buster. No, I am not talking about a precision-guided munition designed to take out nuclear missiles (though they are kind of cool). I oversee Netuitive’s Professional Services organization and we work with some of the world’s largest software companies and service providers. read "Silo Busting with IT Operations Analytics"
Analyzing shades of grey…it’s no longer about red, yellow and green
By Marcus Jackson Over the last year there have been an influx of new graphical user interfaces (UIs) as monitoring and dashboard vendors scramble to keep up with large enterprises increasingly focused on understanding the business impact of IT, and Netuitive is no exception. read "Analyzing shades of grey…it’s no longer about red, yellow and green"
What Will the Future Look Like for Availability and Performance Monitoring Architectures?
Gartner says Global 2000 Enterprises will focus on IT Operations Analytics
By Graham Gillen In a previous article, I summarized that Gartner was seeing increased inquiries and spending on IT analytics platforms from buyers that traditionally purchased application performance monitoring tools. This suggested that one of Gartner’s “five pillars of APM” – namely analytics, was taking center stage. read "What Will the Future Look Like for Availability and Performance Monitoring Architectures?"