Teneo’s partner Riverbed Launches Alluvio IQ Unified Observability
September 13, 2022
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Riverbed, Teneo’s longstanding strategic partner, has today announced Alluvio IQ, a new cloud-native, SaaS-delivered Unified Observability service that empowers IT with actionable insights and intelligent automation to fix problems faster and improve digital service quality.
Alluvio IQ leverages full-fidelity network performance and end-user experience data across every transaction in the digital enterprise and applies AI and machine learning to contextually correlate data streams and alerts to identify the most business-impacting events. The new service enables IT organizations to “shift left,” empowering all staff to do the job of more experienced IT experts, freeing-up senior IT staff to focus on strategic business initiatives.
Today’s general release of Alluvio IQ follows a successful Beta release that began in late May and delivers on Riverbed’s April 27 strategy announcement to bring industry-leading unified observability to customers worldwide. In April, Riverbed introduced Alluvio by Riverbed, the company’s Unified Observability software portfolio, which unifies data, insights, and actions across the digital ecosystem so organizations can deliver seamless, secure digital experiences and drive enterprise performance.
“We are thrilled to unveil Alluvio IQ and deliver on our vision to create a highly innovative, differentiated SaaS-delivered Unified Observability service,” said Dan Smoot, CEO of Riverbed. “Observability today has evolved in the market to deal beyond the challenges of application monitoring, testing, and management. As IT teams continue to face issues managing complex, highly distributed environments, Riverbed saw the need for a broader definition and approach to solve an expanded set of challenges. We believe a unified approach to observability is key to allowing organizations to take back the reigns of IT by transforming massive amounts of data into actionable insights that drive enterprise performance and deliver exceptional digital experiences.”
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