Evolven Partners with AppDynamics
July 09, 2019
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Evolven Software has joined the new AppDynamics Integration Partner Program (IPP) as an inaugural member.

Evolven Change Analytics software tracks all actual granular changes carried out in end-to-end hybrid cloud environments. Evolven uses patented analytics based on machine learning to analyze the changes it collects, and correlate them with AppDynamics performance metrics, alerts and transaction topology.

Under this partnership, Evolven and AppDynamics will expand the integrations of Evolven Change Analytics software into AppDynamics Technologies' application performance, infrastructure monitoring, and operational intelligence solutions.

These integrations will provide customers with the unique ability to automatically correlate performance events and metrics with the actual changes carried out in their hybrid cloud environments, allowing users to prevent and quickly resolve performance and availability issues.

The integration allows joint customers to:

- Accelerate troubleshooting: Get a prioritized shortlist of root-causes, based on the correlation and analysis of AppDynamics performance metrics, alerts and KPIs with real changes detected by Evolven.

- Detect risky changes early on: Receive notifications on high risk changes, even before a performance issue is detected.

- Manage consistency: Identify differences between and within environments to help prevent any operational issues.

- Detect unauthorized changes: Detect actual changes that do not correlate to any approved change request, breaking the process and introducing great operational risk.

Sasha Gilenson, Evolven CEO, said: "There's a strong, even intuitive synergy between Evolven Change Analytics and AppDynamics' broad portfolio of IT operations technologies. The integration brings tremendous value to enterprises looking to create a new standard for stability, experience less incidents, increase MTTR, and improve productivity."

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