Savision provides visibility across your distributed applications deployed on-prem and on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Amazon Web Services and Savision
Private and Public Cloud Combined
Savision extends the possibilities of your Amazon Web Services (AWS) solution. Using a seamless API connection Savision takes all objects and alerts from Amazon Web Services (AWS) to visualize your environment in rich dashboards.
Savision is an IT Operations Analytics solution that unifies all of your disparate monitoring tools, cloud platforms and ITSM systems. It improves troubleshooting, decreases downtime and makes reporting easier. Based on Elasticsearch it can handle millions of IT alerts in milliseconds, correlating them to understand the business impact and automate incident workflows. Quickly find all of your virtual machines or order entry alerts by using natural language searches. Easy-to-use straight out of the box, your team can start analyzing data, streamline alert and incident workflows and create business value dashboards instantly.
For Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Savision customers this means
Business Value Dashboards: Customizable business value dashboards for monitoring service and device health, SLAs and financial impact of outages. These dashboards can be personalized for each stakeholder. Calculate your SLA’s coming from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and share with the CxO, or helpdesk so everyone has access to the data.
Visualize your IT Environment: Savision provides a great overview of your Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment. It stores the devices and also all of the relationships that are discovered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). This dependency diagram shows how all objects are related to one another and helps to quickly analyze where a problem is coming from by drilling down to the underlying issue.
Service Oriented Monitoring: Savision applies business context to your Amazon Web Services (AWS) environments so that you can quickly focus on issues that can impact your service delivery.
Single Pane of Glass: Savision integrates with many IT monitoring tools, public cloud and ITSM systems within seconds to add alerts, objects and incidents in one sing.e pane of glass. See our full list of available integrations here.
Distributed Applications: Applications and services that are distributed across public and private clouds can be grouped together with Savision to provide visibility into the overall up-time and measure Service Level Agreements.
- Retrieving the following objects: Auto Scaling Group, Availability Zone, Cloud Formation Stack, DB Cluster, DB Instance, EC2 Host, EC2 Instance, EC2 Volume, Elastic Beanstalk Application, Elastic Beanstalk Application Environment, Elastic Classic Load Balancer, Elastic Application Load Balancer and Elastic Load Balancing Target Group.
- Retrieving health states of all the above objects.
- Retrieving the following relationships: Availability Zone contains Objects (DB Clusters, DB Instances, EC2 Hosts EC2 Volumes, Load balancers), Auto scaling group contains Load balancers, EC2 Instances hosts EC2 Volumes, Elastic Beanstalk Application Environment contains, Elastic Beanstalk Application, DB Cluster contains DB instances, EC2 Host contains EC2 instances, Elastic Classic Load balancer contains instances.
- Retrieve alerts from cloud watch metric alarms.
Increased up time – and faster time to resolution of incidents.
Become service oriented – by grouping your IT monitoring tools into business services.
Show IT value – by sharing dashboards with the organization showing improved service levels.
Savision puts your IT in focus by providing a smart layer on top of your existing IT management systems. It centralizes, unifies and ranks all your IT data, providing you with enterprise wide, search-based access from a single pane of glass.
Get started with Savision today and start managing your IT infrastructure from a single-pane-of-glass.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon.com that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments, on a paid subscription basis. The technology allows subscribers to have at their disposal a full-fledged virtual cluster of computers, available all the time, through the Internet.