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Joey Compeer

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What is AIOps and Why Should You Care?

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jun 20, 2018 1:22:59 PM

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Today’s applications and infrastructure are constantly evolving and continue to span multiple environments. As the complexity of the environments increases due to cloud and microservices initiatives, getting full stack visibility into these dynamic environments becomes more difficult.

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Topics: AIOps

StackState is Headed to Gartner ITIOM 2018 in Frankfurt

Posted by Joey Compeer on Apr 18, 2018 10:47:28 AM


The StackState team will be in Frankfurt, Germany, June 5-6 for Gartner IT Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit. Come by and visit us to meet with our StackState AIOps experts, see a demo and learn how to accelerate your digital business with Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps).

 

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Topics: Event, newsroom, AIOps

You’re Invited! Try StackState’s Hosted Demo Today

Posted by Joey Compeer on Mar 1, 2018 3:54:12 PM

 


Do you have full visibility across your business processes, applications and all underlying infrastructure? Do you wish you could spot any problem across the IT environment before it affects your critical business services? Are you tired of manually correlating data fragments from different tools to understand what is going on in your IT environment?

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Topics: Product, News, Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations, AIOps

Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations: a Complimentary Guide

Posted by Joey Compeer on Feb 7, 2018 3:27:38 PM

 

I don't have to tell you that modern IT infrastructures are typically very complex with a combination of physical, virtual and cloud components. A lot of IT organizations are using DevOps, Continuous Delivery and Agile approaches to enable continuous improvement, which likewise increase the complexity. 

 

On top of that, enterprises invest in a variety of application monitoring tools (e.g. Dynatrace, AppDynamics and New Relic), data lakes (e.g. Splunk and Elastic) and infrastructure monitoring tools (e.g. Nagios and Zabbix) to manage and monitor their services across on-premise and cloud environments.

 

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Topics: DevOps, AIOps

Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) Startup StackState Raises $8 Million in Funding

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jan 17, 2018 12:40:35 PM

 

Utrecht, The Netherlands – January 17, 2018 - StackState, the market-leading Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations (AIOps) platform, today announced that it had raised $8 million in funding from Xebia Holding B.V., a leading Dutch IT consulting firm. StackState will use the financing to expand both its sales/marketing and technical teams to meet increasing demand and accelerate product development.

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Topics: company, newsroom

2017 in Review: Innovation & Recognition

Posted by Joey Compeer on Dec 22, 2017 1:16:29 PM

 

StackState has experienced tremendous growth as a company and as a technology. This development has come with recognition from leading publications such as Gartner, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) and Cloud Native Landscape, which I find both exciting and extremely humbling.

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Topics: company

What You've Missed at SplunkLive! Utrecht 2017

Posted by Joey Compeer on Nov 21, 2017 10:26:02 AM

 

The SplunkLive! events provide a great opportunity for Splunk Ninjas to test drive the latest Splunk products and solutions, while hearing about industry best practices and networking with Splunk technical experts partners and fellow Splunk gurus.

 

But there is one important thing that you’ve missed during SplunkLive! Utrecht 2017.

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Topics: Product, Algorithmic IT Operations, Event

StackState Product Update: Here's What's New

Posted by Joey Compeer on Oct 12, 2017 3:23:04 PM

 

We make improvements to StackState every single day. 

 

But, it would be kind of annoying if we told you every single day about all of the new stuff we’re doing at StackState, so that’s what this post is all about. A recap where we fill you in on everything that’s new inside of StackState from the last couple of months.

 

OK, let’s get to it - here’s what you need to know.

 

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Topics: Product, Dev/Ops, Monitoring, Algorithmic IT Operations

8 Predictions for DevOps in 2017

Posted by Joey Compeer on Mar 8, 2017 11:52:31 AM

 

The past year was good for DevOps: we saw more enterprise adoption of containers and more companies throwing their hats into the container ring. We sat down with our friends from XebiaLabs – Andrew Phillips, Tim Buntel, and TJ Randall – and asked what they think the future has in store for the DevOps world of 2017.

 

1. A new wave of “next gen platform” projects is coming.

In 2017, we’ll see a new wave of “next gen platform” projects focused on container orchestration frameworks such as Kubernetes, and re-tooled PaaS platforms such as OpenShift or Cloud Foundry. Acceptance of the need for a cross-machine resource management and scheduling framework is growing, and the vendor ecosystem is rapidly throwing weight behind this movement. There will also be an increased shift away from defining containers directly, and more towards having containers generated automatically where necessary.

– Andrew Phillips, VP DevOps Strategy at XebiaLabs
 

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Topics: Dev/Ops, ITSM

Product update: here's what's new from January

Posted by Joey Compeer on Feb 21, 2017 3:16:42 PM

 

We make big improvements to StackState every single day. Keeping you updated about these results on a day-to-day basis could become somewhat annoying, so that's where this monthly post fits in: a summary to share all our latest improvements and newest features.


During the last few weeks StackState has seen some huge improvements, so it’s time to catch you up on all the cool stuff we made last month. Let get right to it…

 

Mesos integration

Monitoring your containerized infrastructure can be challenging. Containers move and change so frequently, that it’s more difficult to get an overview of your container landscape – especially at scale.

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Topics: Product, Dev/Ops, ITSM, Integrations, Monitoring, Collaboration, Service Management, Provisioning, Virtualization, Technologies

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