ScienceLogic, a provider of monitoring solutions for multi-cloud management and hybrid IT infrastructure, is introducing its latest enhancements in context-infused AIOps.
With the introduction of Behavioral Correlation, ScienceLogic is transforming how IT teams identify, troubleshoot, and remediate service-disrupting events—before end-user impact can even be detected.
“This is a game-changing innovation that buries the old-school, reactionary approach to IT event management. We can now instantly provide a real-time picture across the entire ephemeral state of IT - pinpointing where service degradation is happening, which issues should be prioritized, and the potential business impact,” said Dave Link, ScienceLogic CEO. “The cohesive, service-level view alleviates IT teams scrambling from one incident to the next and empowers providers worldwide to deliver a resilient customer experience.”
With Behavioral Correlation, ScienceLogic introduces a radically more efficient approach, leveraging machine-speed detection and remediation.
Real-time service health and risk can now be understood at a glance, allowing IT teams to rapidly address issues when they occur or even intercept potential service-impacting issues before they happen.
Behavioral Correlation for ScienceLogic SL1 is delivered through tightly integrated core capabilities:
- A comprehensive, real-time data lake that captures multimodal data types and their relationships
- The ability to map and visualize IT services, their underlying dependencies, and associated health, availability, and risk
- Machine-learning techniques that reason over these service topologies to detect the root cause of issues or anomalous behavior, and can recommend actions to address
The end result is a system that provides holistic visibility into complex IT estates through an intuitive, service-centric lens.
Decision-makers can quickly understand the impact, root causes, and relative priority – ensuring IT is spending time on what matters most to the business.
For more information about this release, visit https://sciencelogic.com/.