ScienceLogic Receives Application Certification from ServiceNow
February 19, 2019
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ScienceLogic received certification of its application with ServiceNow, now available in the ServiceNow store.

Certification by ServiceNow is only granted to apps available in the Store and signifies that ScienceLogic SL1 has successfully completed a set of defined tests focused on Now Platform security, compatibility, performance, and integration interoperability. The certification also ensures that best practices are utilized in the design and implementation of ScienceLogic SL1 with ServiceNow.

The ScienceLogic SL1 platform empowers intelligent, automated IT operations by:

- Consolidating tools and data from across a disjointed IT environment into a single, operational data lake

- Automatically preparing and enriching that data with crucial contextual insights that can drive informed business decisions and automated actions

- Exchanging data among an unlimited number of IT management platforms, tools and sources, such as ServiceNow.

“IT now forms the backbone of many enterprises, yet its complexity has started to tax IT operations teams who are pressured to keep up with the corresponding increase in volume and velocity of service tickets. If IT Ops falls behind, that can threaten the resiliency of operations and ultimately, the bottom line as businesses continue their digital forward march,” said Dave Link, CEO and founder of ScienceLogic. “In this environment, automation is going to be key to identifying, diagnosing and remediating issues in real-time, yet only a platform that provides holistic views can provide the level of insight and analysis needed. SL1 delivers the clean, contextualized data IT operations teams need to achieve these automations so that overall business health is never impacted.”

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