Syncsort Introduces Ironstream for ServiceNow

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According to a new press release, “Syncsort, the global leader in Big Iron to Big Data software, today announced Ironstream for ServiceNow®, extending Syncsort Ironstream to support advanced analytics in ServiceNow® Discovery for an expanded view of enterprise infrastructure, on-premises and in the cloud. Ironstream is the industry’s leading high-performance, cost-effective product for forwarding critical security and operational machine data from the mainframe and IBM i to next generation platforms, where it is correlated with data from the rest of enterprise for advanced analytics. Leveraging advanced architecture and technology from the acquisition of EView Technology, the new Ironstream for ServiceNow solution delivers IBM mainframe and IBM i data to ServiceNow® Discovery.”

The release continues, “Complete visibility into the state and activity of on-premises and cloud resources and their relationships to one another is critical in many large organizations for effective enterprise-wide asset management, change management and service management. Integration of mainframe and IBM i data into ServiceNow Discovery expands IT’s view of the enterprise, helping them deliver consistent, reliable and efficient service to business customers. ‘Many of our mainframe and IBM i customers are taking advantage of ServiceNow to get up-to-date, accurate configuration information for optimizing resources, improving service quality and supporting governance initiatives,’ said David Hodgson, CPO, Syncsort. ‘Syncsort has leveraged our unrivaled experience and technology for collecting and delivering mainframe and IBM i data to leading IT Management platforms for advanced analytics with the seamless integration between Ironstream and ServiceNow Discovery’.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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