2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ SIEM
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As the shift to cloud, modern app architectures and technology stacks continue to accelerate, the demand for real-time analytics to monitor, troubleshoot, secure and speed new innovations to these environments is also accelerating. So, we're not surprised to see demand for continuous intelligence—what we define as: real-time analytics from a cloud-native platform, supporting multiple use cases—is also accelerating.
Further proof of this is in 2019, Gartner named continuous intelligence a top ten data trend that will change business, predicting that, “by 2022, more than half of major new business systems will incorporate continuous intelligence that uses real-time context data to improve decisions.”
To learn more about this growing demand among executive technology decision-makers, we partnered with an independent research firm to conduct a continuous intelligence category health study. The resulting global report includes insights from 765 professionals with cloud-migration leadership responsibilities. Some of the key findings include:
This, and more insights, including data on the key drivers for continuous intelligence demand -- cloud migration, real-time analytics and the rise of DevSecOps — are included in the report.
For Sumo Logic, the case is clear: businesses best-equipped to succeed in this era of uncertainty will be those that are truly real-time businesses. The most successful real-time business operations are embracing continuous intelligence as a core strategy for providing the analytics and insights they need to accelerate decision-making, ensure competitive advantage and deliver engaging customer experiences for sustained success. Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform™ is the lynchpin for modern digital business operations, enabling companies to build, run, and secure modern applications and cloud infrastructures.
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