Stop hearing about slowness and fix it before anyone notices

empty mailbox is good!

An empty mailbox!

Instead of an inbox full of incidents demanding your attention, be proactive. AutoPilot's real-time monitoring across distributed, middleware and mainframe, delivers the visibility you need to reduce the frequency and duration of incidents.

AutoPilot finds problems before users are impacted allowing you to resolve them before harm is done. Prebuilt wizards, templates, policies and web-based dashboards make it rapid to deploy and easy to use.

And because AutoPilot is built on an internally developed application performance analytics engine, it can scale to handle the largest volumes of events.

No more eyes-on-screen-monitoring

No more eyes-on-screen-monitoring

AutoPilot creates trends and notifies when there is a change in rate of change; thus, avoiding the nuisance and stealth cost of false alarms. It's approach to exception management provides notification when there is an authentic problem. And these problems can be cross domain, with events from applications, infrastructure, 3rd-party monitors and data sources that together describe a "situation".

How we do it:

Predictive Analytics

Predictive Analytics
  • Real-time monitoring with sub-second analytics
  • Complex Event Processing engine, for advanced application analytics
  • Pre-built rules and business views
  • KPI agnostic, combines business and IT KPIs
  • Extensible and scalable from small to large deployments
  • Supports virtual, physical and hybrid deployments
  • Built-in failover, scales on an active grid

Monitors any type of Application

Application Monitoring
  • Web Services, Java, .NET, z/OS, WebSphere MQ family, DataPower, TIBCO, Solace
  • Extensible application instrumentation (Logs, SQL, Syslog)
  • Integrates with SNMP, Twitter, RSS, dashboards, event consoles

AutoPilot real-time monitoring is used in production for root-cause analysis and alerting and used by development for diagnostics and help in reproducing production problems.