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6 Surprising things you can learn from our APM survey
In the summer of 2021, eG Innovations joined forces with the DevOps Institute to run an APM survey to find out how the industry would look in the new normal. The 2021 APM survey was conducted over three months between July and September. Over 900 people from DevOps, SREs, and ITOps backgrounds participated...
Nutanix – Citrix partnership,
There was some big news in October when Nutanix and Citrix announced their partnership. eG Enterprise can help you migrate to this new environment by providing baseline performances of your before and after metrics so that you can evaluate the success of the migration.
eG Innovations to Feature in the IGEL Partner Pavilion at HIMSS 21
eG Innovations to showcase end-user experience monitoring capabilities as part of the IGEL Ready Ecosystem eG Innovations is among a select group of exclusive partners to participate in the first annual IGEL Partner Pavilion at HIMSS 21, the healthcare industry’s information and technology event of the year. Here, alongside IGEL...
8 Key AIOps Capabilities in eG Enterprise Make Monitoring Proactive and Efficient
AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations) refers to the application of machine learning analytics technology that enhance IT operations analytics. In this blog, we will review the AIOps capabilities of eG Enterprise and see how machine learning, intelligent correlation and advanced analytics help...
AIOps Strategy and Management
Enterprises that adopt AIOps are finding that their employees are more productive and spend more time on innovation when AIOps is freeing them from troubleshooting and other fire-fighting activities. This blog covers how to establish your AIOps strategy in 3 steps.
9 Things We Learned From the Digital Workspace Survey
Without a doubt, the pandemic made the biggest impact on IT since the rollout of the World Wide Web. While the early months of lockdown were characterized by IT teams rushing to procure hardware, spinning up additional cloud services, and pushing through software contracts, we’re now in a place where we can take a step back, breathe, and...