|By PR Newswire||
|March 6, 2014 12:30 AM EST||
NEW YORK and LONDON, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
World's leading networking companies join the alliance and demonstrate integration with Corvil
Corvil, the provider of real-time operational performance monitoring, today announced the launch of their Industry Alliance Partner Program to drive advanced solutions and architectures for streaming data, storage and real-time analytics. Alliance partners include APCON, Arista, Cisco, cPacket, Gigamon, Ixia/Anue and VSS.
The network is one of the richest sources of data for operational intelligence relating to the real-time performance and health of a modern IT driven business. As data volumes and velocity increase exponentially in the network, it is important that the solution architecture quickly evolves to drive down cost, reduce complexity and improve manageability of deployments.
Corvil, in collaboration with its partners, have pioneered the development of a next generation architecture for time-stamped data capture over the network, lossless storage and real-time IT operational analytics. Such a solution is critical in today's modern, real-time industries including electronic trading, e-banking, online retailing, real-time advertising, and online gaming and entertainment.
"We have collaborated closely with Corvil to provide solutions for the highly-demanding financial vertical. Corvil was an early collaborator on our Arista DANZ instrumentation and time-stamped streaming of wire-data from our switches to their analytics platform. We look forward to continued collaboration with Corvil to drive innovation in the area of wire-data capture and the rich insights that can only be gleaned from streaming data in the network," said Ed Chapman, Vice President Business Development and Alliances, Arista.
Corvil pioneered the creation of powerful operational insight based on time-stamped streaming data over the network. This time-stamping has now moved to their partner's platforms and Corvil's "trust but verify" approach has assured that data quality and time accuracy is preserved. This is what feeds the CorvilNet platform and is the key starting point for deriving deep insights and actionable intelligence. This approach enables accurate analysis of key performance indicators, such as latency, and provides a solid basis for machine-event audit trail discovery and deep-insight troubleshooting.
"We offer high-performance infrastructure as a service to the financial markets. Our ability to manage and monitor all activity and incidents in real-time is critical to our business and to our clients' business. We are a Corvil customer and have deployed Corvil's real-time IT analytics platform on top of our network and use it every day. It provides pro-active visibility, insight and intelligence to assure the highest quality of service for our clients. We welcome the goals of the Corvil Alliance program to drive down the costs of network data acquisition, storage and analysis which is an important factor for us as we experience continued growth in our business and infrastructure," commented Sonny Baillargeon, CTO of Pico Technologies.
"We greatly value the collaboration with our industry alliance partners. Together, we bring a better solution to our common customers. We look forward to working with all existing and new members of our alliance program to drive new innovation and best in class solutions for acquiring and analysing the big data that streams through the network," said Donal O' Sullivan, VP of Product Management Corvil.
More information on the program is available on http://www.corvil.com
Corvil is a provider of real-time operational performance monitoring. The Corvil platform transforms streaming data into operational visibility, insight and intelligence The product provides a lens through which IT staff get the full picture of all activity, events and analysis relating to the delivery of performance critical business services and applications. Corvil's real-time platform is used to monitor and analyze billions of transactions per day in the world's leading financial institutions and is trusted to provide real-time operational visibility and intelligence that drives action where hundreds of millions of dollars are at stake every second. The Corvil solution is proven to handle the demands of high-performance, low-latency and data intensive IT environments.
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