Category: Automation

Machine Learning Can Transform How You Manage Your Enterprise Applications

Machine learning is actually more common than one might think. Netflix pays attention to what you’re watching and uses machine learning models to recommend other shows and movies you might like. Siri learns your travel habits and calendar, allowing your iPhone to suggest directions before you even ask. Your credit score improves and – wouldn’t […]

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Automate SAP Applications Monitoring

To appeal to companies of different sizes and with different business models and financial capabilities, SAP has created a wide range of enterprise applications with a multitude of functionalities. The flip side, however, is that most customers have experienced first hand just how complex and expensive implementing and managing SAP applications can be. To ensure […]

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Why do we need IT Operations Analytics?

Recent computer system outages at Southwest and Delta Airlines forced cancellation of several flights and delayed several others, causing millions of dollars in revenue losses. In addition to direct losses, such outages can have longer term impact in terms of brand image and customer loyalty. Enterprise applications like SAP, Oracle and are at the […]

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Getting Started with SAP Monitoring and Evaluation

Monitoring and evaluation does not stop at performing daily checks or configuring an email alert. It also means tracking activities and reporting of collected data to make timely decisions. During every project implementation or upgrade, it’s important to think through and optimize processes like technical monitoring, administration, persistence management, database management, end-to-end root-cause as a […]

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Key Issues in SAP Monitoring and Evaluation

According to Gartner, the average cost for just one minute of unplanned network downtime is upward of $5,000. SAP has claimed that the cost of downtime of business critical SAP applications is $9,000 per minute. It’s 2018. Yet organizations are still using legacy monitoring techniques which are severely inadequate and cannot keep up with the […]

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