The 2014 Predictions just went live on ITOA Landscape.

A new website called ITOA Landscape recently interviewed a number of ITOA analysts and industry leaders to hear their views of where this emerging market is heading. Ray Solnik, president of US Operations at Appnomic had the following to say. You can read views from Gartner, Forrester, and other industry leaders at ITOA Landscape by clicking this link.

Predictions About the IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) Market for 2014
2014 will be THE year for real, practical application of advanced analytics in the IT domain.

As the Big Data and ITOA hype continues to proliferate this year, many APM and related software tools companies are jumping on the ITOA bandwagon. There is a smaller set of companies in the industry that have been making real investments and progress in the field for a while now – working through the impressive challenges of deploying advanced, game changing, usable technologies in this new field. They are now figuring out how to deliver better solutions versus raw analytics technology.

In 2014, buyers will learn that applying analytics in a horizontal fashion is very challenging to do while achieving major gains to the operation or business. New analytics engines will emerge that deliver both real value and incredible benefits while rhetoric about being able to analyze ‘anything’ from anywhere in real time will diminish.

While it is not yet clear that traditional APM companies have the competency in this field, they are trying to catch up – either organically by building their own solutions, partnering, or acquiring analytics companies.

While it is not yet clear that traditional APM companies have the competency in this field, they are trying to catch up – either organically by building their own solutions, partnering, or acquiring analytics companies.

Ray Solnik,
President of US Operations at Appnomic

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