One of the most significant issues IT managers are dealing with is the IT Infrastructure skills gap and retiring of deep experts, because good people are hard to find. Also, the staffing levels are low compared to the (increasing) size and complexity of the infrastructure. When you did manage to keep deep experts in your organization, they are often needed to fight fires instead of preventive maintenance work.

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IntelliMagic’s IT Operation Analytics solutions perform intelligent analysis of performance and configuration data using embedded expert knowledge about hardware architecture and throughput capabilities in order to maintain availability.

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