Enhancing AIOps Strategy, BMC Acquires StreamWeaver

BMC has announced the acquisition of StreamWeaver, a software company that helps enterprises achieve their end-to-end observability, AI operations (AIOps), cloud migration, and cost reduction goals with extensive data integration capabilities. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

BMC says StreamWeaver enhances its AIOps capabilities with out-of-the-box data integrations built on a complementary, modern microservices-based architecture, which allows customers to achieve better incident and risk predictions, improved automated remediation, and increased support for DevOps and ServiceOps, which is the unique outcome that results from applying AI to service and operations management.

Together, BMC and StreamWeaver will allow customers to apply BMC’s advanced AI/ML analytics capabilities to rich data from the various tools and technologies that exist in their IT environments, integrated into the BMC Helix platform.

Additionally, StreamWeaver reduces the overall cost of integration with enterprise-grade, plug-and-play capabilities for observability by connecting and streaming data between popular IT tools in near real-time.

According to BMC as customers work to become autonomous digital enterprises, the open, AI-driven BMC Helix Platform delivers unique capabilities in service operations for high-performing digital experiences, customer-centric engagement, and uninterrupted service through AI service management and AIOps.

“Data is paramount when it comes to successful AIOps initiatives, and StreamWeaver’s integration capabilities allow customers to maximize the value of their BMC Helix Platform by accelerating and extending the variety, diversity, and volume of data collections from their deployments,” said Ali Siddiqui, chief product officer at BMC.

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