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TransUnion’s Journey to Achieve IT Monitoring Utopia

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Our customers’ journeys speak to our mantra: individually unique, better together. With companies around the globe, every one of them has a very distinctive organization with corporate goals and initiatives that generally begin with change. We see that our customers who are the most successful are the ones who can drive change from within their organizations.

One example of this is Art Rogers of TransUnion, the leading global risk and information solutions provider to businesses and consumers. Rogers’ role is to support the company’s mission to help businesses optimize their risk-based decisions and enable consumers to access analytical tools to help them understand their personal financial information.

The TransUnion technology group’s journey might sound familiar — too many monitoring tools that weren’t well-integrated and that drove up costs were causing gaps in their monitoring capabilities. Zenoss enabled TransUnion to consolidate and replace their disparate legacy “Big 4” monitoring tools and distill everything into a service-level view. Since implementing Zenoss in July 2015,TransUnion has massively simplified their infrastructure and dramatically reduced remediation time, according to Rogers.

Watch the video to learn more about how TransUnion uses Zenoss as the “monitor of monitors.”

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