Optensity offers AppSymphonyTM, a platform that enables developers, data scientists and analysts to rapidly build analytic applications as composite “apps” from workflows. AppSymphony also orchestrates these apps to execute across multiple infrastructures wherever the data resides. AppSymphony eliminates the complexity of using Hadoop, diverse data types, sources, and hybrid clouds and is currently available on AWS and enterprise clouds.
New: >rapid response for Splunk
Turn operational intelligence into real-time action with customer Splunk alert actions in minutes, utilize intuitive workflows with no coding required, orchestrate response actions at all stack layers, and control, track, and analyze results in Splunk. Check out the Products tab for more information.
Critical operations issues happen – and they happen fast. The longer it takes you to respond, the greater the losses: dollars and cents, essential services, information security, national security. You need to respond fast. But just plain fast isn’t enough. You need the agility to assess the entire situation, take the best first response actions, and then follow through with an adaptive system-wide recovery strategy.
>rapid response lets you turn splunk’s operational intelligence into strategic real-time action to ‘close the loop’ around your strategic incident response.
>rapid response for splunk lets you users create powerful custom alert actions in minutes. Powered by AppSymphony’s intuitive pure browser-based app composition environment, you simply ‘draw’ workflows that automatically respond to Splunk alerts – no scripting or coding required. Click here to learn more about rapid response in action.
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May 17, 2018 at 2:00 PM ET