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Micro Focus Unveils New ITOM COSO Data Lake

Micro Focus  has launched  its ITOM “Collect Once Store Once” Data Lake (COSO), utilizing an open access data platform built on Vertica to drive full-stack AIOps across the broad set of Micro Focus monitoring and automation solutions.

Micro Focus COSO is now an integrated part of Micro Focus Operations BridgeNetwork Operations Management and Data Center Automation. This industry-first approach to providing a full spectrum of reporting and insights across multi-domain monitoring, management and patch compliance is only available from Micro Focus.

“We are at the precipice of a global digital revolution and in this era of big data technologies, organizations are looking for ways to adopt a new data collection, storage and processing model. With the introduction of analytics capabilities into COSO, we aim to enable our Indian customers to solve big data management challenges and increase operational efficiency. This industry-first approach will benefit the Indian public sector and enterprises to take advantage of analytics to faster adapt to market changes, offer better scalability and reduce the overall complexity of IT environment.” said Saurabh Saxena, Country Director – India, Micro Focus

“The diversity of data available to IT operations today makes it challenging to solve complex issues across multi-cloud and on-premises IT services,” said Tom Goguen, Micro Focus Chief Product Officer. “COSO now offers a unique collection and storage capability built on Vertica’s powerful, high-speed data analytics platform. Combine COSO with our world-class discovery, monitoring, process automation and patch management tools, and you can have full-stack AIOps today to identify the root cause and restore service faster than ever before.”

With the new ITOM COSO Data Lake, users that have multiple Micro Focus ITOM products including Operations Bridge, Network Operations Management, and Data Center Automation will be able to quickly access data for both dashboards and historical reporting from the same data store. Instead of relying on queries from multiple databases, this data will already be time-sequenced and normalized to facilitate effective cross-domain reporting and to deliver new insights across the IT estate. Whether using the provided reporting or their BI tools, the open architecture of COSO will facilitate flexibility in reporting to meet the needs of the organization.


Aishwarya Saxena

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