Evolven (http://www.evolven.com) today announced that the company's change and configuration monitoring solution was recognized in a new Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) report, calling the application the industry's most adaptive change management analytics.
In this report, EMA senior analysts, Dennis Drogseth(Vice President) and Charlie Betz (Research Director) explore why it has never been more challenging to effectively cope with the impact of change and configuration issues, and how IT operation managers can handle it effectively.
The report recognizes that today change and complexity are creating major challenges for many IT organizations. The frequency with which configuration updates are made across complex, interconnected infrastructures is increasing wildly. More so, with the advent of cloud and virtualization, managing changing infrastructures in support of critical applications demands huge advances in real-time currency, a flexible change management control, more dependency on automation, and above all a cross-domain outlook.
"Evolven's approach to solving this problem by centralizing data across multiple customers and using analytics to help guide users on "what matters" is truly innovative," the report declares.
The report, entitled 'Evolven Introduces SaaS Capability for Industry's most Adaptive Change Management Analytics,' focuses on Evolven's unique qualities over other enterprise vendors, stating: "'¦ none appear to have delivered as distinctive and adaptive a footprint in this arena as Evolven.'
"We are very excited to be recognized as a leading innovator for addressing today's change and configuration management challenges,' says Sasha Gilenson, CEO of Evolven, 'The Evolven Change Monitoring solution redefines the Change and Configuration Management space with near real-time feedback, cross-domain insights, and granular detail that leverage powerful analytics, to deliver actionable information. With Evolven, we enhance the stability and IT performance, providing immediate insight into changes.'
Evolven was interviewed for this report.
The report is available for download for free from the Evolven website.