LogicMonitor Releases Edwin AI
June 18, 2024
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LogicMonitor introduced Edwin AI, a highly scalable real-time teammate.

Edwin AI helps IT Operations (ITOps) by reducing alert fatigue, avoiding incidents, lowering mean time to resolve (MTTR), and solving the most complex observability and troubleshooting issues faced by modern-day enterprises.

Built from the ground up, Edwin AI's capabilities within the LM Envision platform surpass those of conventional solutions that rely on GPT-wrappers offering a basic co-pilot experience today. Playing on its rich hybrid dataset, a vast set of integrations and a purpose-built approach for AI hybrid observability, LogicMonitor's Edwin AI is:

- A native generative AI observability platform (not a GPT wrapper)

- Pre-trained agentic capabilities for faster issue resolution

- Explainable AI with an open and customizable approach

- Trusted and secure enterprise-grade AI

"With nearly 75% of companies already testing AI solutions, it's clear that most know they must invest in generative AI to be more competitive, efficient and scale faster. This added pressure puts IT teams in untenable positions as they need to do more with the same," says Christina Kosmowski, CEO, LogicMonitor. "Edwin AI is designed to expand the reach and augment the capabilities of ITOps teams as they add more initiatives to their workloads. The opportunity to have a teammate that quickly makes sense of raw data and gives it to you in a single unified view is exactly how Edwin AI helps your organization excel."

Edwin AI is purpose-built to understand, reason and act on the vast, fragmented, and business-critical data of enterprise IT environments from issue to resolution. The out-of-the-box features include:

- Human-Readable Summarization: Summarize complex alerts and esoteric technical jargon into readable language for quicker understanding leading to improvement in operational efficiency.

- Suggested Root Cause Analysis: Packed with extensive third-party and cross-domain connectors for a single view across ITOps and IT service management systems, Edwin AI suggests potential causes with pinpoint accuracy to deliver insights grounded on your data.

- Actionable Recommendations: Provide step-by-step remediation and automate responses in a guardrail manner.

- Predictive Insights: Anticipate incidents and outages before they impact your business without the headache of too many alerts. Edwin AI compresses up to 95% of alerts.

- AI Assistant: Natural language interface to talk to your observability & operational data that can contextualize, dialog and troubleshoot issues in real time.

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