Automic Workload Automation

Automic Analytic Questions

  • 1.  Automic Analytic Questions

    Posted 12 days ago
    We need some candid information on real user experiences.  If anyone who wants can provide responses to these questions confidentially to me offline @ Frankford@sccompanies.com. THANKS for your truthful responses in advance.
    Be Well,
    Phil
    1. How much maintenance is required to manage the PostgreSQL databases:
      with and without 'Event Engine'?
    2. How much work is the 'Event Engine' to implement, use, maintain, and upgrade?
    3. Does the 'Event Engine' complicate Automic's general use?
    4. Is the 'Event Engine' install disruptive to a prior 'Analytics and Reporting' install or can it be just added in the future?
    5. What does the 'Event Engine' provide in real-life and is anyone really using it?
      What are your real experiences?

      Broadcom doc advertises:
                    Benefits of the Event Engine
    Automation Engine lets Automic respond to more sophisticated event triggers.
    Reduces overhead of manually scripting and system overhead of processing IF-THEN-LOGIC.
    Allows you to process rules against any Automic object; not limited to tasks and workflows.
    Exposes as much event processing as required vs full complex event processing.
    Supports up to 50,000 events per second.
    Enables use of intelligent automation.
                  Social Media Automation
    Proactively engage service provider customers in real time, by automatically detecting and responding to their behavior.
    Trigger personalized social media and mobile campaigns in real time, drive traffic, and guide customers within their POS.
                  Disaster Recovery
    Capture event flow from multiple services and devices to correlate source of failure and start automated recovery.
    Trigger disaster recovery workflows when a service starts to fail.
                 Predictive Workload Management
    Raises events on estimated runtime violations, milestone violations, or service level violations.
    Correlate events to make decision on triggering automated workarounds or remediation actions.