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Global Launch of StackState

Posted by Joey Compeer on Apr 25, 2016 3:34:48 PM


The global launch of StackState on Thursday 21 April was a great success. Attendees of the webinar said they liked the StackState approach and user interface. The global launch webinar is now publicly available. 


StackState consolidates multiple Dev/Ops tools in a full stack overview, provides insights into the health of the stack, automates problem finding and helps Dev/Ops engineers fix and prevent failures to create the Zero Downtime Enterprise. During the webinar we showed how StackState:

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Topics: Product, News, ITSM

StackState counts down to public release

Posted by Joey Compeer on Mar 8, 2016 12:05:21 PM

StackState, provider of the first IT operations platform for Dev/Ops, announced today that they will soon release a downloadable version and pre-registration is now open. StackState’s IT operations platform consolidates multiple (dev)ops tools in a full stack overview, automates problem finding and helps Dev/Ops engineers fix and prevent failures, reducing downtime.

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Topics: News

The Perfect IT Ops World

Posted by Joey Compeer on Feb 10, 2016 4:59:15 PM


Imagine a perfect IT Ops world far far away from Earth. A world where IT Ops live happily together and where they dominate the world. Could you imagine this? Here are 10 points we think you will see in this perfect IT Ops world. 


1. No more answering support emails.



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Topics: Dev/Ops

"Something is technically wrong" #TwitterDown

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jan 21, 2016 1:53:43 PM


‘Something is technically wrong’. That’s what Twitter said on Tuesday morning January 19 2016. Millions of Twitter users all over the world were blocked from the social network. How could this outage happen?


According to DownDetector, a site that tracks internet sites and mobile apps in real time, users were experiencing the most trouble with Twitter’s website, smartphone app and tablet apps. Also third-partyservices, such as TweetDeck, were intermittently unavailable. It turns out that Twitter experienced an issue ‘related to an internal code change’ that caused the outage for a long time. On Tuesday afternoon, Twitter said they reverted the change, which fixed the issue.

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Topics: Dev/Ops, ITSM

Major challenges IT Operations have to deal with

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jan 13, 2016 4:46:16 PM


While the landscape of infrastructure, Dev/Ops, tools, technologies and processes keeps shifting dramatically, the pressure to keep everything up and running keeps growing. With this increasing complexity, small scale problems can quickly escalate into full-scale issues, reverberating well beyond IT operations into every aspect of your business, impacting your bottom line. Here are five challenges we predict IT operations will have to deal with in 2016.


1. The high cost of application downtime 

Let’s face it. Application downtime is a dilemma your enterprise cannot afford. With the increasing complexity of IT infrastructures, it’s a huge challenge for organizations to fix outages quickly. On average, it can take IT operations more than half an hour to resolve an IT failure.

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Topics: ITSM

Key takeaways from Gartner DCIOM Summit in London

Posted by Joey Compeer on Dec 7, 2015 1:48:07 PM


We just got back from the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit in London. As a Silver Sponsor we were present with our own booth during this summit. It was a great experience and amazing to see all the positive mentions of attendees throughout the summit. Based on conversations with dozens of attendees on the floor and the presentations that were given - here are my key takeaways from the Gartner event.


A very hot topic: Bimodal IT 

Bimodal IT means that you have two modes of IT, each designed to develop and deliver information and services in its own way. Mode 1 is the traditional approach with a focus on emphasizing predictability, accuracy and stability - what a traditional IT organization does best. Mode 2 is an exploratory mode which focuses on emphasizing agility and speed - like a startup. Gartner says that by 2017, 75% of global organizations will have attempted to put a Bimodal IT organizational structure in place.


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Topics: ITSM

StackState at Gartner Summit 2015 in London

Posted by Joey Compeer on Nov 20, 2015 9:46:07 AM


StackState will be a Silver Sponsor for the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Summit in London on 30th November - 1st December 2015. The Summit offers a practical approach to infrastructure and operations modernization and cost optimization.


During this Gartner Summit, StackState will unveil its flagship product which is in private beta at customers in the financial services industry. StackState focusses on IT Service Continuity: prevent, predict and fix disruptions to avoid IT services outages and downtime.

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Topics: News

Upcoming market version delivered to customers

Posted by Joey Compeer on Nov 5, 2015 2:20:49 PM


StackState has started the delivery of the upcoming market version to customers. Two Dutch financial services companies were the first to receive and install StackState in their IT environments. 


The companies use the standard interface capabilities (Rest API) and standard adapters to create a unified view of the full IT stack using the drag and drop modeling capabilities and data from existing monitoring tools. The upcoming market version is built on an advanced proven scalable platform to support future developments and will replace the initial version which has been out in the field for almost 10 months.


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Topics: News

StackState shows its new interface

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jul 14, 2015 12:30:00 PM


StackState, Full Stack Chain Monitoring, is making the next step in its go-to-market by showing a sneak live preview of its upcoming new interface. The interface will replace the current first customer interface and also contains changes in the underlaying big data technology.

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Topics: News

StackState gets a big data store with time travel capabilities

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jun 26, 2015 12:30:00 PM


StackState’s Neo4j Graph database is replaced by StackGraph. StackGraph is an in-house developed big data store with time travel capabilities. It continuously captures IT operations change and failure data and will make it very easy to travel in time: retrieve the status of the IT stack at any moment in the past.

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Topics: News

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