IT Infrastructure Graph Visualization

Smarter and More Efficient Management of Your IT Operations

Growing complexity of all data networks needs adequate support.

Companies running their IT operations on their own infrastructure, data centers or cloud, Telco or IP providers, all need a solid network documentation and a functional configuration management. Impact analyses describing interdependencies among network elements (active and passive) are being developed to overcome black-outs, which cause significant financial losses, or even single outages causing no or low availability of service. Bottlenecks and single points of failure are determined and solved. End-point as well as route redundancies are being implemented.

Service availability or network component functionality are in play. IT asset management is another huge area defining the efficiency of invested financial resources.

Graphlytic property graph visualization is a perfect enabler for all above mentioned points - network documentation, network configuration management, impact analysis and asset management. It stores and depicts all relevant network configuration information bringing these main benefits:

  1. It increases the efficiency of planning and decision-making processes as it enables users to analyze all Configuration Management System (CMS) data in one place, bringing the answers to the following questions, for example:

    • What services will be affected by an X component failure?

    • How many X components are deployed in Y network?

    • Which elements support the operation of a certain component in CMS?

    • Which part of the network needs to be shut down when replacing X component?

    • Which teams need to participate and/or to be strengthened when a new service or component is in the roadmap?

    • Where are the bottlenecks in the CMS structure?

  2. It simplifies the operation of the CMS and makes it smarter due to interactive graph visualization.

  3. It increases the knowledge in solution teams when using a single access point to CMS data.

  4. It increases the quality, topicality and availability of CMS data using visual controls and interactive application feedback.

  5. It increases the data security resulting from detailed data access management.

  6. It decreases the costs for IT infrastructure / services changes due to faster and more efficient planning.

  7. It decreases the costs for the provision of support of higher quality operational information.

  8. It decreases the costs for system operations due to more efficient bottleneck / SPoF analysis.

  9. And, last but not least, it increases customer satisfaction as a result of a more proactive approach and faster time to respond and faster time to repair when incidents occur.

Modelling of IT Configuration Items

Manage your IT operations smarter and more efficient

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