To provide immediate visibility into how your network and infrastructure are performing, the SevOne Data Platform collects performance metrics from more than a dozen, industry-standard protocols— an out-of-the-box collection capability that is more complete than any other on the market today. But, not every device or service in your infrastructure can be supported via these common methods – that’s why we extend the type of devices supported by the SevOne Data Platform through a series of SevOne Data Collectors.
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Mobile carriers around the globe are under continued pressure to innovate and differentiate their services to compete. Automating mobile carrier network functions based on reference architectures like ESTI-MANO, while also automating the assurance of the systems and underlying infrastructure responsible for these new virtual services, is critical for carriers to implement more agile operations and meet market demands.
Every enterprise is constantly evolving its approach to infrastructure monitoring. In an era when many IT organizations are transforming themselves from cost centers into business enablers, the maturity of an organization’s approach to infrastructure monitoring becomes critical. The IT operations team must move beyond ad hoc monitoring and embrace an approach that actively optimizes the infrastructure for business innovation and agility. A maturity model for infrastructure monitoring offers enterprises guidance on how to achieve that goal.
SevOne is used by the world’s leading financial institutions to ensure business uptime and manage the health of their rapidly growing IT environments.
SevOne’s High-Frequency Polling engine ensures maximum data collection and accuracy even polling down to one second intervals on critical objects.
Learn how SevOne helped Financial Services replace their legacy system, and reduce time to generate reports from days to minutes or seconds.
Learn how SevOne helps the rapid growth of high frequency algorithmic trading across the financial markets in New York, London, Tokyo and Hong Kong.