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With the current low prices for servers and the need for processing power, even a small company may end up with quite a few of them. If ten years ago it was still common to see an entire company using just one server, these days that's no longer the case.
New computers are added to the network with the understanding that they will be taken care of by the admins. Keeping an eye on these servers is a tedious, time-consuming process. Even with 5 minutes per server (to check the logs and other parameters), it may take an hour to make sure that everything is ok and no "red lights" are blinking on any of the servers.
Yet, what admin has an hour daily to ensure "due care"? In real life, the admins will check the servers only if something appears to be wrong with them. In an ideal world, the admins should be notified every time a errors or warnings are recorded in the server logs. Various monitoring solutions are available on the market, some quite complex, but many are trying to do too much or are reporting the wrong things. A PDF file with pie charts showing the distribution of events per server is pretty much useless. The cost of such solution may also become an issue even for bigger companies and add yet another burden to the administrators' shoulders.
We are happy to present Evvy, the EvLog Artificial Intelligence module! Once enabled, Evvy will start to collect statistics about the events recorded on your computer. In other words, Evvy learns about what the computer is analyzing and uses that to make some educated guesses.
Evvy is able to detect when "something happened", when things are not normal, and when improvements are necessary to make the reporting information more relevant. As it is the case with any intelligent entity, Evvy will get smarter as EvLog evolves and more analysis are performed. In time, Evvy will be able to detect patterns in the logs and do some of the thinking for the overworked system admins of the world!
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