SevOne Data Platform Introduced
September 19, 2017
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SevOne unveiled the SevOne Data Platform, a new, flexible cloud-native platform that powers SevOne’s new suite of scalable network and infrastructure management solutions and seamlessly connects with industry leading business intelligence, analytics, and automation packages.

The SevOne Data Platform simplifies the extraction, enrichment and analysis of network and machine data across multivendor environments, transforming raw data into actionable, real-time insights to meet the agility and efficiency needs of complex organizations.

The SevOne Data Platform includes the first of several new modular offerings – SevOne Data Engine, SevOne Data Insight and SevOne Data Bus. With these modules, SevOne delivers a scalable cloud-native network and infrastructure management platform. It removes barriers for innovative businesses seeking to transition to today’s virtualized networks and cloud services.

- SevOne Data Engine builds on SevOne’s proven ability to collect “all the data” at carrier and web scale to meet the needs of the world’s largest networks and datacenters. It transforms multivendor machine data into actionable, real-time insights to meet the agility, reliability, and business efficiency needs of large enterprises, CSPs and MSPs.

- SevOne Data Insight transforms physical and virtual operations management environments through customizable visualizations and flexible, shareable workflows that deliver the right insight to the right person, at the right time.

- SevOne Data Bus enables customers to connect their network and infrastructure data to external data lakes, BI packages, and automation controllers through real-time streams, extending the value of their data beyond that of the traditional operational silos.

“The SevOne Data Platform is a key component in the digital transformation of the world’s leading network and datacenter operators,” said Jack Sweeney, SevOne’s CEO. “These new cloud-native platform offerings will enable users to harness the predictive power of machine data in order to deliver real-time analytics and automation at scale in alignment with their evolving business goals.”

“As today’s innovative enterprises and service providers embrace newer cloud-native and virtualized networks, the methods by which they extract and take action from network and machine data must evolve,” said Jim Duffy, Senior Analyst for the Networking Channel at 451 Research. “The SevOne Data Platform’s ability to customize and share workflows sets the direction in this evolution.”

SevOne Data Insight and SevOne Data Bus are available now, and SevOne Data Engine will ship later this year.

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