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Integrien Issued Second Patent For IT Performance Analytics
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Patent Granted for Unique Approach to Modeling IT Performance Data
Irvine, CA -- Integrien Corporation, the leader in real-time performance analytics, today announced it has received a patent for a new method of analyzing IT performance data. This patent represents another validation of Integrien’s unique approach to proactive performance management for IT systems and services. With two patents now granted and 11 additional patent applications currently filed, Integrien has defined a revolutionary, learning-based approach and mathematical foundation for analyzing and managing IT performance.
The patent, "Nonparametric method for determination of anomalous event states in complex systems exhibiting non-stationarity" (United States Patent 7,620,523) describes a unique method for detecting anomalous patterns in data sets with changing behavior, which is very common in IT performance data. The patent represents a real world application of theoretical work recently published as "Cusum techniques for timeslot sequences with applications to network surveillance" in the influential journal, Computational Statistics and Data Analysis. Granted to Integrien CTO, Mazda Marvasti and one of his collaborators, Dan Jeske, Professor and Chair of the Department of Statistics at the University of California, Riverside (UCR), the patent is a great example of Integrien’s commitment to working with the academic community to create unique solutions for IT performance management.
"We’re excited to receive this patent because it is clear validation that our approach of using complex mathematics to solve real IT problems is unique," said Dr. Mazda Marvasti, CTO of Integrien. "While other vendors roll out solutions with simplifying assumptions that result in significant ‘false positives,’ Integrien continues to push the envelope, implementing complex, non-parametric methods to achieve ultimate accuracy and deliver real proactive performance management to IT."
The new method described in the patent is already available in Integrien’s proactive IT performance analytics solution, Integrien Alive™. Alive taps into a customer’s existing monitoring infrastructure and analyzes the data holistically using patented and patent-pending algorithms. Through this analysis, Alive proactively identifies building performance problems in IT systems so they can be addressed before they affect end users and business bottom line.
Integrien Corporation is the real-time performance analytics company that enables the predictable operation of mission critical applications and services. Integrien helps IT operations to manage complexity by applying real-time analytics to monitoring data to provide the intelligence that will prevent problems from negatively impacting business. Integrien Alive allows IT to take a proactive approach to performance management, telling them when an application problem is brewing with a single Smart Alert™ that isolates the impact and likely root cause. As a result, Integrien customers achieve higher quality business operations that are more efficient and continuously available at required service levels. The company has a host of strategic partnerships with leading vendors such as IBM, HP, BMC, VMware and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), ensuring quick time to value.
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