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Key customer verticals adopt XpoLog's Augmented Search for IT log analysis

DevOps professionals can unlock the value of log data by combining machine learning with human intelligence

NEW YORK, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- XpoLog Ltd, the company that invented Augmented Search for IT log analysis, is pleased to announce its adoption across key customer verticals and a new full featured edition of its platform that delivers the same advanced semantic technologies to DevOps professionals free of charge.

Augmented Search is a breakthrough that unlocks the hidden value of log data and eliminates time-consuming manual searches. Customers using XpoLog's Augmented Search have drastically reduced time-to-resolution and gain a wealth of intelligence from their IT environments, including the analysis of proprietary log data.

XpoLog's solution uniquely layers intelligence on top of search context using semantic analysis, and pattern and anomaly detection, to uncover insights and trends into application problems, systems, and user behavior.

"Augmented Search helps us to quickly diagnose problems in multi-tiered application logs within a few minutes, instead of the hours it takes when searching manually. The key benefit is getting instant access to critical information that we simply don't know existed," said Omer Haim, Director of IT and Operations Of Conduit Mobile Inc. "We selected XpoLog because of Augmented Search after evaluating several leading log management and search solutions."

Companies in finance, government, medical, and IT have adopted XpoLog's Augmented Search technology. Some leading examples are: the popular online gaming company 888 Holdings, online payment gateway leader BlueSnap, a very large U.S. based medical care IT corporation, and a department of justice for a European Union member country.

Customers have recognized that visualizing data is a major improvement in log management software. XpoLog enables them to create Web access log statistics, application log error summary, performance charts, and other reports far more efficiently than ever before. Statistical queries instantly visualize log data, which can be used to build charts, dashboards, geomaps, and much more.

The same powerful features of the XpoLog Log Analysis Platform are now available for free for processing up to 1 gigabyte of log data per day. There has never been a more powerful free software solution that's capable of meeting any log analysis requirement. The full brochure, online demo and even a free trial of the Log Analysis Platform, can be downloaded through XpoLog's official website.

"Vendors like XpoLog and Splunk brought log analysis to the masses by making it possible to surface log data with a simple, Web like search," said XpoLog CEO Haim Koschitzky. "Now, XpoLog is taking log mining to the next level with Augmented Search, transcending legacy solutions by combining machine and human intelligence to flatten time to results."

About XpoLog Ltd
XpoLog Ltd is an IT operations analytics software company based in the Israel and the U.S. that invented augmented search, a breakthrough which unlocks the hidden value of log data. The platform drastically reduces time to resolution and provides a wealth of intelligence, trends, and insights into enterprise IT environments. XpoLog is a trusted source for DevOps analytics tools with over 10 years of experience in the IT industry. Trial versions of the XpoLog Platform can be downloaded as a standalone server or J2EE application through the company's official website. [http://www.xpolog.com]

For more information about XpoLog Log Analysis Platform, please email to [email protected].

SOURCE XpoLog Ltd

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