Naumen Business Service Monitoring (BSM)
Business Service Monitoring is a solution, which integrates metrics of a company’s digital infrastructure and IT services and delivers real data into ITIL® processes that a company runs. Naumen BSM enables you to get a true picture of IT architecture and switch from situational reactions on the infrastructure incidents to a proactive management, including forecasting of future failures via machine learning technologies.
Naumen BSM is an
Naumen BSM is listed in the Unified Register of Russian Computer Software under RF Ministry of Telecom and Mass Communications.
Scope of use
Provides umbrella-type monitoring of large IT architectures
Collecting, processing and integrating data (monitoring metrics) from heterogeneous monitoring tools of a company’s IT architecture. Allows collecting data about IT asset usage and IT asset inventory based on data, obtained from monitoring systems.
Comprehensive View of IT Services
It is an automated detection of relationships and dependencies between the elements of the IT landscape based on information from monitoring systems to build viable resource and service models (RSM) and obtain a 360-degree view for every IT service.
Monitors Data Processing Centers
Expanding server and software status data by technological infrastructure data, including data of SCADA systems. Integrating virtual system management data, communication channels, power supply, etc. into an unified system that manages a data processing center.
Provides proactive reaction
Predictively analyzing incoming data, searching anomalies and blow-outs to identify deviations at the earliest stages and notifying responsible engineers. Forecasting infrastructure failures.
Naumen BSM in figures
Handles 20+ objective data sources in IT infrastructure
Solution infrastructureand integration capabilities
- Monitoring systems: Zabbix, nagios, PRTG, SolarWinds, CA Spectrum, Naumen Network Manager, etc.
- Management systems: VMWare vCenter/vCloud, NetApp OnCommand Unified Manager, Huawei eSight, etc.
- Inventory systems: Microsoft SCCM, INITI SOLO, Naumen Network Manager, etc.
- An arbitrary data source, which supports HTTP/DBMS connections or ESB (Artemis, Apache Kafka, etc.), or data lake (Hadoop, Clickhouse, etc.)