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Prelert, provider of Machine Intelligence software for infrastructure and application performance management today announced an integration adapter for CA Technologies’ Application Delivery Analysis product. Users can now cross-correlate this rich data source with logs, events and application performance metrics collected from other management sources to identify the anomalous behavior patterns that are the early warning signs of developing problems and diagnose them before users are affected.
Prelert, the technology leader in machine learning, predictive analytics for infrastructure and application management today announced the immediate availability of Prelert Diagnostics. This downloadable version of Prelert’s flagship product installs in minutes and provides immediate value analyzing historical data sets from existing monitoring tools. The first version of Prelert Diagnostics integrates directly with CA Application Performance Management (CA APM).
Partnership Overview Machine Learning Predictive Analytics for CA Service Assurance Products
Immanuel Kant, in his late 18th century classic, the Critique of Pure Reason, concluded that human cognition takes place on two levels. Level one consists of an initial organization of raw sense materials into geometric figures located in space and time which is then followed, on level two, by a determination of just how these objects and their changes in time relate to one another causally. On the side, Kant also argued that the mental capabilities used to generate results at both levels were the very same capabilities used by human beings to formulate propositions and make inferences about the…Continue Reading »
It has been nearly a month since Research In Motion’s huge Blackberry service outage ended, and the company hasn’t yet revealed why the failure cascaded so widely. While company executives blamed the failure of a core switch and backup systems at a data center in Europe for the initial outage, they’ve so far been unable to explain why it caused a a backlog of network data to bring services down around the world. RIM has formed a “SWAT team” with Chief Technology Officer David Yach to uncover why the outage spread so far and lasted so long, Bloomberg reports.