Log Insight has been acquired by VMware

08.07.2012

Mountain View, CA – August 7th 2012 – Pattern InsightTM today announced that it has come to an agreement with VMware Inc. to sell its Log Insight product, together with its team and technology.

Log Insight is an analytics and log management platform that has the ability to analyze large amounts of machine-generated data in real time. It is used for operational analytics in traditional data center and cloud environments. It has the ability to discover emerging patterns and guide administrators to the root cause of problems.

VMware, the leader in Virtualization and Cloud Computing, will help deliver the technology to a broad number of users. Pattern Insight will now focus on its other product, Code Insight, an analysis tool that helps system vendors with quality assurance. For more information read the blog post of Spiros Xanthos, CEO and co-founder of Pattern Insight.

About Pattern Insight

Pattern Insight, located in Mountain View, CA, was founded by a team of researchers with expertise in systems mining at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Our core technology is a powerful data mining and search platform. Pattern Insight's products:

- Code Assurance identifies and removes all “known” (previously fixed) defects in source code before it is released

- Log Insight delivered real-time search and analytics for IT data

Key investors include Venture Investors, John Lovitt and Dr. Kai Li. Pattern Insight is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

For More Information

Contact: info@patterninsight.com


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