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Motadata - An IT Monitoring and Log Management Software Provider

Motadata is an IT analytics platform that helps derive business insights by real-time processing, correlation and intelligent visualization of traditionally separate data from both NOC and SOC. It builds on NOC performance monitoring and management capabilities of Minder by adding log analytics of SOC data, with real-time processing, to help both IT administrators and CXOs better manage business operations. Having access to consolidated view and intuitive correlation of IT monitoring and log data, helps pinpoint network bottlenecks and security threats before they become business problems. Its unique plugin based architecture and widgets based visualization offers superior flexibility in sourcing, parsing and analysis of multi-format data, as well as seamless integration with existing IT infrastructure.

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