LogicMonitor acquires Unomaly for IT monitoring automation
The Sting alumn Unomaly, an AIOps company, today announces that it has been acquired by LogicMonitor, the leading provider of infrastructure intelligence across both on-premises and cloud.
The acquisition accelerates LogicMonitor’s AIOps roadmap and will help ITOps teams quickly gain the intelligent insights needed to determine when and how to embrace automation in order to resolve IT infrastructure issues before they disrupt the business.
The acquisition of Unamaly, will, in addition, help DevOps teams access insights derived from unexpected events and changes in infrastructure or applications, in order to optimize and refine continuous delivery approaches.
Unomaly was founded in 2012 and pioneered technology that empowers ITOps and DevOps teams to intelligently process logs and identify critical insights needed to stay ahead of issues. Without such technology, it is difficult and incredibly time-consuming to find and resolve these issues within distributed IT infrastructures.
Unomaly enhances visibility by giving teams the ability to ingest unlimited log data – without exponential increases in cost – and uncover pertinent log events to assist with root cause analysis.
– LogicMonitor and Unomaly share the same view on the market and the vision of its future, and the synergies between the two companies’ innovative R&D are powerful. We are looking forward to joining the LogicMonitor team to bring LogicMonitor customers new AIOps capabilities that help users analyze data and act according to real-time infrastructure intelligence, says Johan Gustafsson, co-founder and CEO of Unomaly.
– We’re excited to welcome Unomaly to the LogicMonitor family. The value of Unomaly’s patented algorithms, combined with LogicMonitor’s existing AIOps capabilities, will further help IT teams operating in complex infrastructure environments use AI to automatically analyze and surface anomalies. The result is that users gain the ability to proactively take action before the bottom line is negatively impacted, says Kevin McGibben, CEO of LogicMonitor.