The Evolven approach addresses IT pain points with a Blended Analytics solution that extracts insights and draws intelligent correlations from the various types of data produced by multiple systems across IT silos. Evolven provides key IT decision makers with the ability to see more than the individual parts and finally get the whole picture, by blending data from such varied sources as log files, changes to configuration, network traffic, performance metrics, and alerts from applications and other types of data through a prism of change.
Evolven’s advanced analytics applies machine learning to process and cross-correlate millions of data points in near real-time, identifying unknown and advanced threats across petabytes of machine data. Evolven’s Blended Analytics analyzes connected data to identify abnormal conditions or gradual trends. Imbued with cross-correlation and statistical anomaly detection, Evolven IT Operations Analytics Engine can send timely alerts when anomalies appear, and pinpoint strange behavior in environments before a full-fledged incident occurs.
IT specialists can realize why environments are not operating as expected, and take the necessary steps to resolve issues before their users are impacted.
While there are many players in the market for IT management systems, each of them strongly believe that the answer to an organization's problems can be found only in the area that their product examines. Few provide a comprehensive look at the IT environment, considering a variety of data sources, and make it possible for IT staff to find the root cause of performance anomalies.
Evolven's IT Operations Analytics gives enterprises the ability to blend data from multiple sources as varied as system logs, network traffic, monitoring tools, and configurations
Moving forward, Evolven aims to expand its services and global footprint. With Evolven, the industry can apply greater intelligence to the data center and cloud. “Blended Analytics will drive this intelligence, allowing us to raise the level of IT automation to include self-healing and self-administration of environments. Within 5 to 10 years, we will see multiple vertical analytics that will merge into a unified analytics layer to serve as the ‘brain’ of automated IT environments. As a pioneer and innovator of the ITOA space, our goal is to provide this brain,” concludes Gilenson.