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StackState shows its new interface

Posted by Joey Compeer on Jul 14, 2015 12:30:00 PM
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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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StackState’s current limited customer version has been used in the field for the last 7 months. The final market version is based on these field experiences and additional customer input. It is designed for ease of use, greater connectivity and scalability and has all necessary technology inside for time travelling functionalities (browsing back in time), abnormality detection, event correlation, advanced IT operation analytics and machine learning capabilities.

 

People who are interested, can subscribe to the early access program and be the first to download the software at availability.

 

 

 

 

 

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