If you’ve ever worked in IT, you’ve had stressful mornings, and stressful days and stressful weeks. (A lot of them.) Maybe you’ve faced angry clients because of application latency or downtime, maybe you’ve faced frustrated management complaining about over or under used resources, and maybe you’re just fed up with doing tasks that don’t pertain to your job description. All these things hinder business success; it makes for unhappy customers and clients, it makes for scattered IT teams, and it just makes for an unpleasant day at work. We want to solve problems like these. We’ve worked in IT for years and faced the same problems, over and over again. We decided to start Ayetier because we want to stop frustrating problems within our environment. (And start having better days at work.)
It begins like this: Ayetier places workers into your environment and these workers immediately begin collecting data. This data is stored and monitored, over time, Ayetier is able to recognize patterns and trends, helping teams better predict what their data will do in the future. We’ve helped customers prepare and organize for future architecting, we’ve helped seniors and higher- get the information they need to better allocate resources for the years to come, and we’ve helped teams who work with complex data by making their days a lot less stressful.
Businesses and organizations with complex data need monitoring tools to help them manage environments. It’s a no-brainer. Monitoring and managing tools will save a business from downtime, unseen disasters and even help teams better prepare for what’ ahead. A lot of teams use multiple tools to monitor their different technologies and systems, the cool thing about Ayetier is that it consolidates multi-vendor systems into a single dashboard.
Monitoring and managing your data, understanding where it’s going and what it’s doing is becoming more and more important every day. Organizations are beginning to understand why data analytics are so imperative for business success. We’ll talk more about this in an upcoming blog post. If you’ve got any questions or would like to reach out to us for a demo, contact us here!