Smart Alerts to indicate abnormal behaviors
TeamQuest, a provider of IT services optimization services, and Integrien, a provider of application management tools, have announced a partnership and the integration of their software products.
TeamQuest said that the integrated system will enable customers to reduce IT operations costs through the proactive performance and capacity management of applications and services.
TeamQuest Model is a capacity planning package that predicts the impact of changes without requiring users to configure any hardware or apply artificial loads. Integrien’s Alive uses analytics to provide one and half to three hours heads up to real-time performance problems, as well as one click to root cause, according to the company.
Alive learns the normal behavior of applications based on performance data collected by TeamQuest, and sends a single Smart Alert when it sees abnormal behaviors that indicate a problem is imminent. Smart Alerts include complete analysis of the root cause of the problem so IT staff is not required to sift through alert storms to solve performance issues.
Steve Henning, vice president of sales and marketing at Integrien, said: Our partnership will allow us to offer an integrated solution that predicts both capacity and real-time operational issues that affect application performance, so it can be addressed before it affect end users and the bottom line of the business.