Prelert and CA Technologies Form OEM Relationship
March 06, 2013

Prelert announced an OEM agreement with CA Technologies.

Per the agreement, Prelert’s advanced anomaly detection technology will be embedded in future CA Technologies performance management offerings.

The amount of machine data that IT teams need to collect and analyze to ensure the performance and availability of today’s complex on-line business applications now exceeds the available expert resources of many organizations. Prelert provides machine learning predictive analytics software that complements and extends IT capabilities by automatically mining huge amounts of data to identify developing issues and their linkage to the complex application environment. As a result, IT teams spend less time configuring their management tools while solving more problems faster and with less demand on IT expertise.

“Our customers manage some of the world’s most complex application delivery environments, and CA Technologies is committed to continuously provide them with new capabilities that make their jobs easier,” said Rick Fitz, Sr VP, Product Management, CA Technologies. “We look forward to working with Prelert to integrate its robust and leading technology as an integral part of our Enterprise Management offerings.”

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