IT Operations Analytics Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Fahd Mirza Chughtai says in a Moogsoft review
Cloud Architect, Oracle ACE, Oracle DBA at Pythian
Moogsoft AIOps integrates seamlessly with 50-plus IT monitoring, automation, service management, notification, and collaboration tools. It also provides a great and easy-to-use interface for observing. In terms of other products it works with in our environment, it integrates well with ServiceNow. View full review »
Consulti67 says in a Moogsoft review
Consultant at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable part of the product at this stage is the diagnostic capability in identifying what are essentially false results that steer us away from solving the actual problems. View full review »
reviewer905577 says in a Splunk review
Principal Consultant with 51-200 employees
* Drill down * Apps * REST API * Software development kits * Architecture * Replication capabilities View full review »
Clara Merriman says in a Splunk review
Business Intelligence Engineer at a hospitality company with 501-1,000 employees
Splunk is extremely flexible, which allows us to create custom visualizations along with other customizations. The flexibility of Splunk as well as the resources available for learning and support are the best in the business. View full review »
PankajSoni says in a ScienceLogic review
Sr. Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Its ITSM and EMS combination is really amazing. There is no need to purchase two products, one for ITSM and a second for EMS/NMS. View full review »
JayGrant says in a Devo review
Manager of Security Services at OpenText
The Activeboards are the most valuable feature. Given multiple different types of unstructured and structured data, we can then build Activeboards that can do queries across all those data sources with one query, being able to visualize the data from multiple different sources. That is probably the most useful thing that we find in Devo. The visual analytics are extremely easy to understand. You have to learn how the queries need to be built and how to do that in an effective manner, but once you have someone trained in how to do the queries and Activeboards, it's very easy for that person to build them and render the data in whatever manner you need. If I bring in forensic memory analysis, forensic hard drive analysis, and network data, I can point it to specific fields in each of those logs and have it correlated altogether. The solution is very nice because of the Activeboards that we build out. It's multi-tenant and easy for us to pull the code into other tenants and leverage them for other customers. From an attack perspective, Devo also allows us to scan across multiple tenant environments to see if the same attack is occurring towards multiple different customers. Then, it also keeps their data isolated from each other in compliance conformity. This is a huge factor for us, and one of the reasons why we looked at Devo originally. They were the only ones that we saw who offered that multi-tenant environment. Devo manages 400 days of hot data, which is obviously great because you have the ability to go back in logs and correlate against things that you've seen. If you have a web attack come in on day 300, you can go back across all the logs with Activeboards and look for that same artifact for almost a year's time. So, it's very effective in what it can do. Depending on the logs themselves, it could be even longer than those 400 days. It just depends on how deep and rich those logs are. I like the UI. It's simple to use. When you get into the advanced features, once you have some training, it's very easy to toggle around. But, even from a novice standpoint, you can definitely get in there, find information and data that you're looking for, and everything else, which is good. View full review »
Cheifarch67 says in a Moogsoft review
Chief Architect at a consultancy with 501-1,000 employees
The solution is extremely helpful with correlating IP failures and it has a very good sort of flow chart of IP systems. For example, if you see a failure in system A, you can track it down to the system causing the issue. This is a very handy feature. View full review »
reviewer1068483 says in an ExtraHop Performance Platform review
There are many valuable features in this product, but probably the biggest is the customization capability it has. View full review »
M Ghuyoor Syed says in a Splunk review
Sr. Manager Information Security with 1,001-5,000 employees
Selecting the relevant events and records. View full review »
reviewer1048674 says in a Splunk review
Cyber Analyst with 501-1,000 employees
The ability to correlate results. View full review »
Rudi Wicaksono says in a Splunk review
Architecture and Security Team Leader at Offshore North West Java (ONWJ)
All the features are valuable. It helps us uncover bottlenecks in the network. View full review »
Mui Tran says in a Splunk review
Project Manager at Idemitsu Oil & Gas
The most valuable feature of Splunk is the log monitoring. View full review »
Emad Ul Haq says in a Splunk review
Network & Telco Lead at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Log search and alerting/reporting. View full review »
Luiz Fernandes says in a Splunk review
Técnico Judiciário at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
Splunk is a good solution to collect more events than other solutions. It's a good solution, for me, for this reason. View full review »
Bintang Parlindungan Siagian says in an ExtraHop Performance Platform review
Operations Team Member at Putra Perdana International
The most valuable feature is the way it handles data, from Layer 2 up to Layer 7. We can see everything that happens in the network. It's a great feature. View full review »
Presal0998 says in a Splunk review
Presales Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Splunk has many good apps and has a contribution from all security vendors. That's where Splunk wins. View full review »
Shaveta Datta says in a Splunk review
Technical Project Manager at Aricent
It's very flexible. If you look from the cloud implementation it is there. Reports are made quickly. Unlike other tools, it caters to all kinds of technical information on the front very easily. There's no need to put in any technical information. You can pull up the reports very easily, take action, and notify stakeholders. View full review »
Marc Chan says in a Splunk review
Net Sec at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The search function for splunk is like a google search. You just enter and it will quickly show you the results. View full review »
RhondaTurner says in a Splunk review
VMware Engineer at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
* In-depth logs * Add-ons * The ability to ingest data from other tools * The detailed log view * It's easy to read View full review »
SenNetwork4433 says in a Splunk review
Senior Network & Security Architect at a insurance company with 501-1,000 employees
It is quite extensible. It is a platform that we can build our use of each case instead of each case being limited or restricted to each capability. This is probably the best feature. View full review »
Kenn Brodhagen says in a Splunk review
DevOps Engineer at Amplify
Its usability is the best part. It is easy for our developers to use if they want to search their logs, etc. View full review »
Gavan McLaughlin says in a Splunk review
Application Engineer at Expedia
The most valuable feature is its centralized log analytics. View full review »
Tony Fabrikant says in a Splunk review
CTO at IHS Markit
The dashboards are the most valuable feature. We like the ability to drill in and see what queries are under the dashboard, build new visualizations, edit the querying, and see the reports. The dashboards are very intuitive and similar to SQL. They are easy to set up and get running. View full review »
Enterpri4059 says in a Splunk review
Enterprise Architect at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The ability to create dashboards. You can run reports against multiple devices at the same time. You are able to troubleshoot a single application on a thousand servers. You can do this with a single query, since it is very easy to do. View full review »
Director158d says in a Splunk review
Director at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
* The product is adept at log mining. * It has the flexibility to do multiple analyses. * It works across heterogeneous environments in different ways. View full review »