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Integrating failure analysis into regular support operations

Our first post for 2015 focuses on integrating failure analysis with the goal of making support operations more productive.

Lets’ take a use case of a hardware vendor that has a chassis based product that has multiple blades as well as an additional card used as the overall controller for the chassis. This Management card is important because it controls power for each blade as well as the fans for cooling.

Coverage by techrepublic and the 451 group

A couple of cool media mentions is probably the ideal way to round out what has been a tremendous year at Glassbeam. It sets the stage for what we (along with most media pundits) believe will be a banner year for the IOT industry in 2015.

Tis the season for 2015 iot predictions

As 2014 draws to a close, we’re looking ahead with much anticipation for what promises to be a signature year for the Internet of Things in 2015. We’ve distilled and ARTICULATED OUR KEY EXPECTATIONS for 2015 just earlier today.

Make way for intelligent hospital infrastructure (ihi)

Make Way for Intelligent Hospital Infrastructure (IHI)

When you think of possible scenarios that could shut down a hospital, it is usually fire, earthquakes, or some form of physical disaster. However, there is growing threat to medical institutions of all sizes from medical equipment failure. Medical device failure occurs when the device fails to perform its intended objectives. These failures can cause unexpected adverse incidents as the safety of the device users (including patients) and technicians may be at stake.

it’s a new era at glassbeam!

At Glassbeam we are thrilled to ANNOUNCE our foray into the exciting space of machine learning and real time analytics. By integrating our market-leading Glassbeam SCALAR platform with the powerful capabilities of Apache Spark framework, we are adding significant differentiators to our IOT Analytics platform. This announcement received tons of media attention – here’s a nice BLOG POST by the Taneja Group.

Remote diagnostics on iot devices

Perhaps, the greatest benefit of ENABLING DEVICES FOR IOT is to be able to diagnose them from remote locations. Devices can be instrumented using Sensors, SDKs or by other mechanisms – in a way that enables them to collect operational data. This data can then be parsed and analyzed to glean insights that can help in both tactical areas (upgrades, patches) as well as for strategic decision making (customer segmentation, product roadmap).

Expanding our offering inside salesforce.com

In a PREVIOUS BLOG POST we wrote of Glassbeam’s robust SSO integration with Salesforce.com that helps a user view IOT Analytics along with their CRM data through one interface. Recently, Glassbeam recently won a deal with a major company in the Converged Infrastructure space. This company interacts a fair bit with it’s customers (especially for support issues) through Salesforce.com’s Portal. When our customer has a support issue, they raise a ticket inside Salesforce.com and attach an associated log files (sometimes these are large log files).

Refining the art of query performance

Ever wonder how we power those “which controller went down today” queries that sprawl 1000s of databases, amounting to 100s of terabytes of log data every day? How do we deal with terabytes of data in a robust and efficient manner? We call it harmonic in memory query management.

We’ve been working with a distributed Cassandra cluster for almost a year. During that time, we have learned a bit about achieving scalability, and along the way we have collected some insight on achieving optimal query performance.

Welcome violin memory

It’s always a pleasure to announce a new customer. It’s doubly so when the business relationship involves leveraging a broader repertoire of capabilities that Glassbeam offers. That’s why we are excited to WELCOME VIOLIN MEMORY to our growing family of customers.

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