As Netuitive’s Chief Data Scientist, I am fortunate to work closely with some of the worlds’ largest banks, telcos, and eCommerce companies. Increasingly the executives that I speak with at these companies are no longer focused on just detecting application performance anomalies – they want to understand the impact this has on the business. For example – “is the current slowdown in the payment service impacting sales?”. You can think of it as detecting IT operations anomalies that really matter – but this is easier said than done.
Like Needles In a Haystack – When it comes to IT analytics, there is a general notion that the more monitoring data you are able to consume, analyze, and correlate, the more accurate your results will be. Just pile all that infrastructure, application performance, and business metric data together and good things are bound to happen, right?
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