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Instana Announces First Ai-Powered Monitoring Solution For Aws Lambda; Available On Aws Marketplace - DevOps.com

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June 6, 2018 – Berlin at the AWS Summit – Instana, the leader in APM solutions for monitoring dynamic containerized microservice applications, today announced the extension of performance monitoring support to a broad range of Amazon Web Services (AWS) products including AWS Lambda, Amazon's premier Serverless Computing platform. In addition to the release of the new monitoring sensors for AWS native platforms, Instana also announced that their AI-powered APM solution is now available through the AWS Marketplace. "More business applications are operating in a hybrid environment, incorporating traditional monolithic applications, wrappered with a new microservice stack, and using native AWS services. It's now also common to see customers starting to use AWS Lambda Functions for specific microservices as well," said Mirko Novakovic, Instana CEO. "This level of complexity requires the ability to monitor the whole environment with a single solution that can give DevOps the required observability to see and address problems, no matter where they reside."


Instana Announces First Ai-Powered Monitoring Solution For Aws Lambda; Available On Aws Marketplace - DevOps.com

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June 6, 2018 – Berlin at the AWS Summit – Instana, the leader in APM solutions for monitoring dynamic containerized microservice applications, today announced the extension of performance monitoring support to a broad range of Amazon Web Services (AWS) products including AWS Lambda, Amazon's premier Serverless Computing platform. In addition to the release of the new monitoring sensors for AWS native platforms, Instana also announced that their AI-powered APM solution is now available through the AWS Marketplace. "More business applications are operating in a hybrid environment, incorporating traditional monolithic applications, wrappered with a new microservice stack, and using native AWS services. It's now also common to see customers starting to use AWS Lambda Functions for specific microservices as well," said Mirko Novakovic, Instana CEO. "This level of complexity requires the ability to monitor the whole environment with a single solution that can give DevOps the required observability to see and address problems, no matter where they reside."


ADVA launches industry-first AI-powered service for monitoring of satellite-based timing

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"As the 5G era unfolds, accurate, robust network synchronization is becoming more and more essential for a wide range of applications. That's why our SatAware offers so much value. Powered by machine learning and the widest pool of anonymized satellite data, it offers unprecedented assurance and optimization for GNSS-based timing," commented Odd Sandbekkhaug, senior director, service innovation, ADVA. "Our unique hosted analytics solution completely removes the challenge of gathering and understanding a complex set of measurement data. With a monthly or annual subscription, CSPs can access a clear picture of their satellite sync network at any time and carry out predictive maintenance as soon as it's needed. What's more, SatAware just keeps getting better as more training data improves the algorithm's ability to predict problems before services are affected."


AI-Powered Monitoring For Hybrid IT - Liwaiwai

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Consider this: when you drive a car, how would you know whether the car needs maintenance? You might look for status indicators like a check engine or change oil light. Similarly, when a pilot flies an airplane, they rely on a multitude of metrics and data to ensure the plane is running smoothly. Managing IT infrastructure is similar in nature. IT Operations Management (ITOM) solutions have been around since the mainframe days.


Doctors blast hospital bosses after they find SECRET monitoring devices

Daily Mail - Science & tech

A spokesperson for Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust said: 'As a publicly funded organisation, we have a duty to make best use of our workspaces and not spend money unnecessarily on equipment we don't need. 'We have been using the electronic mobile technology, widely used across both public sector and commercial organisations, for about a year to ensure we make the best use of our resources in line with recommendations published by the Department of Health and the Lord Carter's national review. 'Before we fit devices to desk, the normal procedure is to provide staff with verbal or written assurances during a pre-survey assessment, explaining what we are doing and the purpose of the survey. A list of frequently asked questions is also given to staff. 'We explain the devices do not record audio or visual elements but are triggered by movement and heat.