SevOne Partners with Google
January 19, 2017
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SevOne has collaborated with Google to enable organizations to leverage the critical network and operational data that SevOne collects with Google’s analytics platform to accelerate their business and IT initiatives.

Organizations are now able to combine SevOne’s performance monitoring platform for data collection and operational insight capabilities with Google’s unrivaled Cloud platform for rich analytics and machine learning. The engagement ensures that organizations are able to drive faster and more effective business decisions as well as improve the performance of their current service offerings and accelerate the delivery of new network data services.

“The scale and complexity of today’s network data can be astronomical,” said Michael Wiley, Senior Global Engineering Manager for Google, Inc. “But the right performance monitoring platform can provide the flexibility, speed, and scale that an organization needs to confidently answer today’s toughest network questions. Google Cloud’s engagement with SevOne ensures organizations are not only able to understand macro and micro trending across the infrastructure, but take it a step further with rich analytics and machine learning capabilities. Through our combined efforts, we’re unlocking real-time, data-driven insight with incredible levels of efficiency and reliability.”

“The innovative collaboration between Google Cloud and SevOne will empower organizations to maximize the strategic value of their network and operational data,” said Jack Sweeney, CEO, SevOne. “By leveraging end-to-end infrastructure visibility, valuable operational insights, and powerful analytics, organizations will be able to achieve unprecedented business agility. Whether it’s rolling out new services or enhancing current offerings, this partnership will ensure they have the intelligence they need to win against their competitors.

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