Ensono Standardizes on BMC TrueSight Operations Management

| December 8, 2016

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Ensono™ (formerly Acxiom IT) operates IT infrastructures and supports mission-critical workloads for many of the world’s top enterprises. Effective monitoring of the IT infrastructure, which encompasses more than 68,000 mainframe MIPS, 10,000 servers, and 10 petabytes of storage, is critical to maintaining exceptional reliability and performance for customer systems. TrueSight Operations Management brings application and infrastructure monitoring together in a single environment, enabling Ensono to maintain exceptional service while scaling to meet rapid growth. Ensono’s holistic monitoring strategy brings an extra level of predictability to the IT environment and empowers the staff to prioritize and focus its efforts on what matters most to the business.

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