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BMC AMI places machine learning, predictive analytics, domain expertise, and intelligent automation at the core to help enterprises achieve self-managing mainframes
HOUSTON – October 18, 2018 – BMC, a global leader in IT solutions for the digital enterprise, today announced BMC AMI, automated mainframe intelligence solutions that will deliver higher performing, self-managing mainframe environments to meet the growing demands created by digital business growth. Extending BMC's leadership in mainframe innovation, BMC AMI solutions combine built-in domain expertise, machine learning, intelligent automation, and predictive analytics to help enterprises automatically manage, diagnose, heal, secure, and optimize mainframe processes.
"Enterprise IT teams are experiencing complexity at an accelerating rate, and data and transaction volumes are exploding – all while trying to manage a changing workforce, close the skills gap, and optimize costs," said Bill Miller, President of ZSolutions at BMC. "With AMI, we are freeing up IT staff to work on high-value initiatives by removing manual processes through intelligent automation. BMC AMI will automatically analyze dozens of KPIs and millions of metrics a day, and proactively identify, predict, and fix problems before they become an issue."
According to Gartner, by 2020, thirty percent of data centers that fail to apply artificial intelligence and machine learning effectively in support of enterprise business will cease to be operationally and economically viable.1 The BMC AMI solutions enhance mainframe systems through intelligent automation by predicting outages before they occur, solving performance degradations, and mitigating cost increases.
With BMC AMI, customers benefit from BMC's expertise in collecting deep and broad z/OS® operational metrics from a variety of industry data sources, built-in world-class domain expertise, and multivariate analysis. The new offerings include:
"BMC has been instrumental in helping us grow our business, deliver innovative solutions, and increase customer satisfaction, all while ensuring costs are kept at optimal levels," said Gregg Kimbrough, Senior Manager Hosting Services, Thrivent Financial. "We look forward to seeing how AMI will help us move closer to achieving a self-managing mainframe so that we can continue to keep up with the demands of today's digital business."
Earlier this month, BMC announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire assets of CorreLog, Inc., which provides real-time security management to mainframe customers. The announcement furthers BMC's commitment to the security space, expanding the data connectors that are available to clients and accelerating BMC AMI for security offerings.
To learn more about BMC AMI solutions, visit www.bmc.com/ami
To register for a webinar on the self-managing mainframe using BMC AMI on October 24, visit https://event.webcasts.com/starthere.jsp?ei=1209255&tp_key=ec7b8500cb
To learn more about BMC's mainframe solutions, visit http://www.bmc.com/it-solutions/mainframe.html
1 Gartner Report: The IT Implications of the 2018 CIO Survey for I&O Leaders by Dave Russell, Hank Marquis Published : 8 March 2018
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