Profiling and Dynamic Thresholds for SAP Ops

Adaptive measures to match your evolving SAP environment

Here’s the Problem With SAP Ops

Consider this: A 1000-piece puzzle is four times more difficult to complete than a 500-piece puzzle.

The math gets tricky when you have a puzzle where new pieces are added or taken away all the time. That puzzle is your SAP landscape.

In an effort to help you keep everything in check, legacy monitoring tools alert you with static thresholds. Static thresholds don’t always hold up as your environment goes through changes. You wouldn’t tape puzzle pieces that almost fit together.

So why would you rely on static thresholds for your SAP Ops?

Dynamic Thresholds with FogLogic

With great patterns come great predictability.

Now you can manage mass amounts of data to identify patterns amidst the madness. Your alert thresholds will adjust automatically based on the patterns in your environment. 

Pattern recognition gets smarter the longer you use FogLogic.

This screenshot shows how profiling and dynamic thresholds for SAP Ops work within FogLogic. The blue line indicates a threshold that raises or lowers as demands change so you reduce the incident alerts that don't affect your business.
The screenshot displays how dynamic thresholds – shown by the blue data points – stretch the Data Transfer range over 10,000 KB/s in an 18-hour span. Static thresholds for SAP Ops don't allow for that kind of flexibility.

Time is money. Save a lot of both.

Dynamic thresholds are more reliable than static thresholds because they account for system usage changes.

The more you’re able to adjust, the less resources you waste. Here you can see dynamic thresholds – shown by the blue data points – stretch the Data Transfer range over 10,000 KB/s in an 18-hour span.

You can’t get this flexibility anywhere else.

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