Moogsoft is the leader in operational intelligence for the new era of IT. We are founded by industry veterans in IT operations management, including the inventors of the Netcool event console, now a part of IBM. Moogsoft’s product, Incident.MOOG, automates the early detection of complex service failures across silos, faster than any other tool or technology, then automates the notifying and getting the right domain experts together to collaborate and resolve problems faster. Think of us as a next-generation, monitor of monitors (MoM) across your entire IT stack. IT Ops, DevOps and Dev/QA teams working together, use Moogsoft’s real-time analytics to deliver continuous availability of applications and services at scale. Moogsoft’s innovations include machine-learning and social-collaborative technologies to distill the massive data output created by the entire IT environment into actionable operational insight. With Moogsoft, cross silo teams work together better and solve problems faster. Moogsoft (www.moogsoft.com (http://www.moogsoft.com/)) is headquartered in San Francisco, California with global operations.
Moogsoft is working with the OpenStack community to develop and contribute advanced service assurance and operational analytics software that enhances user’s ability to detect and resolve service failures faster. Through a series of adaptors, Moogsoft’s Incident.MOOG enables users to correctly diagnose service-affecting situations from the infrastructure through the orchestration, containers, and applications, including visibility of change. With tight integration into the OpenStack API, we instrument the core platform, providing you visibility of precisely where in the stack the issue is, and giving you deep visibility of status of the infrastructure and application in full context.
Incident.MOOG, is a collaborative situation management software product. IT automates the early detection of complex service failures across domain silos, faster than any other tool or technology, then automates the notifying and getting the right domain experts together to collaborate and resolve problems faster. Think of it as a next-generation, monitor of monitors (MoM) across your entire IT stack.