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OpsDataStore Unveils Industry's First Solution to Ensure Online Service Quality for Dynamic IT

OpsDataStore, the company delivering the first solution to improve online service quality across heterogeneous and rapidly changing applications and IT infrastructures, today announced the general availability of OpsDataStore 1.0 — the industry's first big data back end for all IT management data.

  • Premiered: 11/17/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Virtual-Strategy Magazine
Topic(s): TBA OpsDataStore TBA data TBA IT infrastructure TBA Storage TBA Performance TBA API TBA software-defined TBA Mike Matchett
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Multiplying the Value of All Existing IT Solutions

Decades of constantly advancing computing solutions have changed the world in tremendous ways, but interestingly, the IT folks running the show have long been stuck with only piecemeal solutions for managing and optimizing all that blazing computing power. Sometimes it seems like IT is a pit crew servicing a modern racing car with nothing but axes and hammers – highly skilled but hampered by their legacy tools.

While that may be a slight exaggeration, there is a serious lack of interoperability or opportunity to create joint insight between the highly varied perspectives that individual IT tools produce (even if  each is useful in its own purpose). There simply has never been a widely adopted standard for creating, storing or sharing system management data, much less a cross-vendor way to holistically merge heterogeneously collected or produced management data together – even for the beneficial use of harried and often frustrated IT owners that might own dozens or more differently sourced system management solutions. That is until now.

OpsDataStore has brought the IT management game to a new level with an easy to deploy, centralized, intelligent – and big data enabled – management data “service”.  It readily sucks in all the lowest level, fastest streaming management data from a plethora of tools (several ready to go at GA, but easily extended to any data source), automatically and intelligently relates data from disparate sources into a single unified “agile” model, directly provides fundamental visualization and analysis, and then can serve that unified and related data back out to enlightened and newly comprehensive downstream management workflows. OpsDataStore drops in and serves as the new systems management “nexus” between formerly disparate vendor and domain management solutions. 

If you have ever been in IT, you’ve no doubt written scripts, fiddled with logfiles, created massive spreadsheets, or otherwise attempted to stitch together some larger coherent picture by marrying and merging data from two (or 18) different management data sources. The more sources you might have, the more the problem (or opportunity) grows non-linearly. OpsDataStore promises to completely fill in this gap, enabling IT to automatically multiply the value of their existing management solutions.

Publish date: 12/03/15
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Time To Use The Force, IT! - OpsDataStore Unifies Systems Management Data

We are only a bit excited by the impending Star Wars release. How old were we when the first one came out? I'm not saying. We are all very excited here to see this new continuation - of the story, the characters, and the universe of the force. Especially compared to our day-to-day IT management reality which often seems stuck in the 70's. Systems management has been around even longer than the Star Wars franchise, but it seems to have stagnated along the way. Where is the rebellion? The good Jedi warriors to save us all from the Dark side? However we also now see a reboot coming for systems management finally. Instead of reinventing the same old stuff, OpsDataStore is rolling out an on-prem solution that consumes and unifies all other systems management data...

  • Premiered: 12/14/15
  • Author: Mike Matchett
Topic(s): OpsDataStore Systems Management Big Data