Xalient Launches Martina 2.0
April 26, 2023
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Xalient announced the launch of its next generation AI-driven network intelligence platform, Martina 2.0.

Martina 2.0 is a comprehensive AIOps platform designed to focus on the user experience across different locations. By analyzing the operations of devices within each location, Martina 2.0 ensures high levels of resilience and performance are maintained, enabling customers to deliver a consistent, positive user experience across the organization’s network.
A robust and efficient solution for managing network devices across multiple locations, Martina 2.0 ensures high availability, resilience, and in essence makes the network invisible to users by providing customers with secure, reliable, predictable and performant connectivity – all the time. Providing network telemetry, reporting, observability, behavioral analysis, and network intelligence, Martina 2.0 delivers a visual representation and real-time monitoring of the user experience, predicting and trouble-shooting potential issues before they arise.
Martina 2.0 is built with advanced modular aspects which include:

Martina Observe, for network telemetry, reporting and observability. 

Martina Predict, which incorporates context-gathering capabilities to provide richer insights around network behavior and anomaly detection.  Martina Predict ingests device statistics such as utilization, latency and packet loss using machine learning algorithms to forecast future values, detect anomalies in real-time and identify seasonal patterns and trends.

Via a convenient mobile app, the C-Suite and CIOs/CISOs have complete visibility into the network service with easy-to-use, accurate data – at any time. With its modular design and scalable architecture Martina 2.0 can easily be expanded and adapted to accommodate growing and changing network requirements. And its out-of-the-box integration with popular IT service management (ITSM) platforms means there is streamlined communication between teams with faster response times, more effective issues resolution, and overall improved network operations.
Stephen Amstutz, Director of Innovation, Xalient, comments: “Through a very intuitive and easy-to-use interface, this next generation of Martina lets our managed services team - in collaboration with the customer - know exactly what alerts they need to be prioritizing. This enables both Xalient and our customers to be more proactive in our impact assessments. For example, we could be monitoring over 2,000 sites and there might be 10 sites where we are experiencing a loss or impact to the service. We don’t have to wait for the customer to call us and point this out, we can proactively predict, monitor and prioritize action, reaching out to their support desk with our diagnostics to quickly resolve the issue.”
In summary, Martina 2.0 key features include:

- Real-time user experience monitoring
- Availability monitoring for optimal user experience
- Simple color-coded system status indicators
- Automatic device failure detection and recovery
- Customizable notifications and alerts
- Comprehensive reporting on device performance and user experience indicators
- Scalable and flexible architecture for evolving network infrastructure needs
- Out-of-the-box integration with popular ITSM platforms
- Behavioral analysis and forecasting including seasonal trends recognition
- Context gathering and real-time anomaly detection
- Comprehensive network data collection
- Metrics for impact assessment and issues location
- Automated root cause analysis and network troubleshooting
The next advanced module of Martina (Resolve) is already in development and in addition to all the above features will enable automated resolution. Martina 2.0 is part of Xalient’s Innovation Suite which includes its intelligent connectivity and cloud access solution, SONA. SONA is delivered as a complete managed service and provides cloud and inter-region connectivity in a more cost-effective OPEX model, simplifying the networking overheads for the customer, while improving the performance of their cloud services. Also included is WANDA, which enables organizations to deploy and maintain networks at speed and scale with consistent accuracy.

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