BigPanda Offers Free 90-Day "IT Ops From Home" Program
April 14, 2020
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BigPanda announced the availability of a free 90-day accelerator program, “IT Ops from Home,” to give IT Ops, NOC, DevOps, and SRE teams access to BigPanda’s event-correlation and incident-automation platform with no obligation for participants after the 90-day time period.

“Since the start of this crisis, BigPanda employees have been trying to figure out how we can make a difference for our community. We were inspired by the efforts of companies like Dyson, which designed in just 12 days new ventilators specifically for COVID-19 patients,” said Assaf Resnick, co-founder and CEO at BigPanda. “Now, more than ever, IT Ops teams must keep mission-critical services available, even while they work tirelessly from home. BigPanda hopes this program will enable IT Ops teams, especially those which support critical infrastructure, with the platform they need to help keep their customers and users connected.”

On March 16, the White House issued Coronavirus Guidelines for America, stating that the essential critical workforce and companies, such as healthcare services, pharmaceutical companies, and food supply organizations should maintain their normal work schedules. Many of the IT Ops teams responsible for keeping the lights on are working from home, struggling to support and ensure high availability of their most critical services. The BigPanda IT Ops from Home accelerator program aims to help these types of organizations as well as select large enterprises that are struggling to maintain high service availability.

IT Ops from Home is ideal for teams struggling with multiple monitoring tools, duplicate alerts and incidents about the same IT problem, hard to identify root causes, a lack of automation, minimal situational awareness across teams, dealing with system outages due to a high volume of traffic, and collaboration among distributed teams. The program offers the following benefits:

- 90-day no-cost, no-obligation access to BigPanda's core platform, which includes full AI/ML-driven event correlation capabilities.

- Out-of-the-box integrations for select critical applications, services and monitoring tools, such as AWS, AppDynamics, Cloudwatch, Splunk, Azure, Jira, and Slack.

- A rapid and thorough onboarding experience

- Free support for ninety-days and free training via virtual classroom for IT Ops, NOC and DevOps/SRE team members

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