100M Objects (and other News)
SevOne surpassed selling 100M Objects to some of the most recognizable brands in the world. Why do these companies monitor so many objects? To help ensure you and I have 100% availability.
What does this mean exactly?
Data is increasing, as we learned in Matt’s blog post last week about WiFi offloading, and availability is now mandatory—not just a nice to have. Vess touched on it in his piece on APM Digest earlier this month:
“Our connected world continues to transform into a mobile one. The network is a constant and fascinating companion, which grants us 24/7 access where communication is instant and takes place across an array of devices, unconstrained by physical barriers. As a result, the IT infrastructure is more critical than ever for business operations. Companies and organizations are calling upon a variety of technologies that are changing the face of today’s network — from mobile devices, to cloud services, to web-based applications.”
Infrastructures keep growing – multiplying objects —and SevOne’s ability to deliver speed of reporting at scale ensures real-time reporting to help companies predict outages. It’s really very simple.
SevOne’s object growth has also been a result of the variety of data that SevOne collects. Some say, “SevOne doesn’t discriminate against data.” SevOne collects and reports on any data – structured or unstructured.
Some other recent news –
As a result of the adaptability and agility of the SevOne solution, SevOne joined the Alcatel-Lucent OSS Partner Program and certified testing against the Alcatel-Lucent 5620 SAM.
RCR Wireless interviewed Vess while at CTIA last month:
“Education is a continuous process, especially when it comes to technology. Technology evolves very quickly. What has made us successful until now won’t be what makes us successful tomorrow.”