AppDynamics Applies AIOps to Automate IT

MIKE VIZARD | January 23, 2019

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AppDynamics, a unit of Cisco, today announced it is melding the worlds of AIOps and application performance management (APM) with the launch of Cognition Engine. At the same time, AppDynamics is making good on a promise to integrate metrics drawn from Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), the software-defined networking (SDN) that Cisco is embedding in all its networking equipment.Finally, AppDynamics also announced Serverless Agent for AWS Lambda, which marks the first time the company’s APM platform has been extended to include the ability to capture metrics from every single invocation of a serverless computing framework. Matt Chotin, senior director of technology strategy at AppDynamics, said Cognition Engine represents an ambitious effort based on machine learning algorithms and predictive analytics to create a central nervous system for IT spanning applications, infrastructure and the network. The days when applications and infrastructure were managed in isolation are now coming to an end, he said.

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