Five Reasons Why You Should Make the Shift to Service Monitoring

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Jared Hensle, Sr. Product Marketing Manager and Patrick Hubbard, Director of Technical Marketing | ScienceLogic

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When your application is underperforming, what should you do? For years, IT has focused on individual servers, databases, and network devices. But your customers—and employees—just expect applications to work. So, while it's essential to monitor the individual layers and components of your hybrid IT infrastructure and applications—there are simply too many components for anyone to understand how it all works together, much less know when and what is impacting your end-users. In this second webinar in a multi-part AIOps journey series, we’ll demonstrate how ScienceLogic SL1 helps businesses shift from individual device monitoring to business service monitoring so you can: -Gain service visibility across your entire IT estate—from users to the infrastructure -Proactively avoid service outages by understanding risk of business service impact -Reduce incident noise by correlating all data within a service context -Prioritize incidents based on business service health, availability, and risk -Speed root cause analysis by correlating events, changes, and anomalies within a service context
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ScienceLogic is a leader in IT Operations Management, providing modern IT operations with actionable insights to predict and resolve problems faster in a digital, ephemeral world. Its IT infrastructure monitoring and AIOps solution sees everything across cloud and distributed architectures, contextualizes data through relationship mapping, and acts on this insight through integration and automation. Trusted by thousands of organizations, ScienceLogic’s technology was designed for the rigorous security requirements of United States Department of Defense, proven for scale by the world’s largest service providers, and optimized for the needs of large enterprises.