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Cisco’s AI-Powered Intelligence for Self-Hosted Observability


Employs AI in self-hosted observability deployments to automatically detect anomalies and suspected root causes in application performance, significantly reducing the time required to identify and resolve issues.

Cisco’s new virtual appliance for its AppDynamics On-Premises application observability offering, enables customers to use a self-hosted observability solution built on AI-powered intelligence for anomaly detection and root cause analysis, application security, and SAP monitoring. It enables IT operations teams to quickly identify abnormal application performance and enhance accuracy. They also bolster defenses against security threats and attacks, ensuring the stability of SAP applications and business workflows, all while maintaining complete control over their observability setup.

“Customers can now use this virtual appliance together with our Smart Agent capability to deploy new innovations faster and simplify lifecycle operations.”

Ronak Desai, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cisco AppDynamics and Full-Stack Observability.

“Many of our customers continue to rely on self-hosted observability to manage business critical applications, and we are thrilled to deliver these AI-powered innovations as part of Cisco AppDynamics On-Premises for the first time,” said Ronak Desai, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cisco AppDynamics and Full-Stack Observability.

For companies in industries including the public sector, finance, manufacturing, healthcare and retail, the option to have cutting-edge, self-hosted application observability solutions ensures that they can continue to provide end-to-end monitoring of their most critical business systems, in turn, enabling them to deliver market-differentiating digital experiences to their customers and users. Cisco has also announced AppDynamics Flex, a new licensing model that provides optionality for customers to choose between self-hosted and SaaS observability offerings and support them through the transition from self-hosted to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) when the time is right for their business.

“As a partner for Cisco AppDynamics and Full-Stack Observability, SG Solutions is committed to helping our joint customers with observability solutions for their applications wherever their business regulation requires. As many of our customers continue to have requirements for self-hosted observability, we are excited for the new virtual appliance for Cisco AppDynamics On-Premises and the value it brings to our customers in AI-driven intelligence and security,” said Jindřich Kasal, CEO, SG Solutions.

As digital transformation strategies mature Cisco is helping customers on this journey, with its AppDynamics Flex Licensing, designed to simplify the transition to AppDynamics SaaS. This Flex Licensing allows organizations to value-shift their chosen on-premises observability investments to the corresponding SaaS offer as their requirements evolve, while reusing the same agent fleet.

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