Resolve

Irvine, CA, USA
2008
  |  By Ari Stowe
In the ITSM world, automation is no longer just a luxury—it’s essential. Automation empowers organizations to enhance operational efficiency, reduce expenses, and boost service reliability. That said, achieving true, sustainable results with automation can be challenging and often comes at a significant cost. Successful delivery of automation requires a clear vision and the strategic adaptation to align with evolving goals and incorporate agility.
  |  By Derek Pascarella
Robotic process automation (RPA) initiatives often falter because enterprise application leaders choose use cases that involve intricate business logic, extended workflows, and require significant orchestration or additional technologies to deliver business value. In essence, RPA is not well-suited for complex workflows, lengthy processes, and those requiring extensive coordination.
  |  By Ari Stowe
As we celebrate the American Independence Day, we’re reminded of the importance of freedom and efficiency in all aspects of life, including our telecommunications networks. Just as July 4th symbolizes breaking free from constraints, it’s time to liberate your network from the inefficiencies caused by sleeping cells.
  |  By Derek Pascarella
Ah, RPA—the new-wave miracle cure for mundane tasks, cost-cutting, and boosting efficiency. Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is hailed as a game changer for businesses looking to streamline operations and improve efficiency. By automating repetitive and mundane tasks, RPA allows employees to focus on more strategic, value-added activities. Yet, as anyone who’s ventured into its world knows, implementing RPA isn’t all sunshine and rainbows.
  |  By Graham McDonough
End-of-day (EOD) processing is a vital routine for retail businesses, encompassing a series of essential tasks that ensure seamless store operations. At the close of each business day, various systems must reconcile transactions, update inventory, process sales data, and generate reports. These activities are crucial for maintaining accurate financial records, optimizing stock levels, and preparing for the next business day.
  |  By Ari Stowe
Ah, another blog about the “evolving” role of the CIO. Buckle up, because we’re about to dive into the world of “transformation,” “digital” this and “innovation” that. But instead of fluffing up the usual jargon, let’s get real about what it takes for a CIO not just to survive but to excel as costs tighten and automation takes over.
  |  By Brinda Sreedhar
Service Orchestration and Automation Platforms (SOAPs) represent a significant advancement in enterprise orchestration, integrating various applications and infrastructures. SOAPs enable Infrastructure and Operations (I&O) leaders to design and implement business services by combining workflow orchestration, workload automation, and resource provisioning across an organization’s hybrid digital infrastructure.
  |  By Crystal Mistretta
A leading retailer based in the U.K., in early 2021, was in search of help to solve a few problems its business was facing, and so they decided to implement automation—starting with the resolution of service desk tickets. There were too many tasks and processes that the company’s IT team was completing manually. They needed to automate such repetitive work, with the potential to build onto other automations already in place.
  |  By Ari Stowe
In the ever-evolving world of network operations, staying ahead of the curve is crucial. With the exponential growth of data, increasing complexity of networks, and rising demand for seamless connectivity, traditional network management methods are becoming insufficient. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the transformative technology poised to radically transform network operations. By integrating AI into network management, organizations can achieve unprecedented efficiency, reliability, and performance.
  |  By Derek Pascarella
Observability systems are designed to keep tabs on key metrics, identify unusual patterns, and alert teams when things go awry. Despite best efforts, however, these systems are not infallible, and sometimes they send out alerts for issues that don’t exist. This is what we call a false positive. These false alarms can wreak havoc on team efficiency, lead to alert fatigue, and obscure genuine problems. Let’s delve into what false positives are and why they matter so much.
  |  By Resolve
See how we use Resolve internally to streamline the provisioning of new Resolve Actions Evaluation instances on AWS. Resolve creates the new instance, configures the networking and firewall rules, and informs the Sales Team and Customer of the connection details.
  |  By Resolve
See how we use Resolve internally to streamline the provisioning of new Resolve Actions Evaluation instances on AWS. Via a ChatBot integration with Slack, Resolve creates the new instance, configures the networking and firewall rules, and informs the Sales Team and Customer of the connection details.
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A short 3 minute video demonstrating Resolve's capability to integrate with BMC Remedy, along with creating an automation.
  |  By Resolve
See how the Resolve Actions platform helps Network Field Services with Automation.
  |  By Resolve
See how we use our the Resolve Actions automation platform internally to streamline the provisioning of new Resolve Actions Evaluation instances on AWS. Via a ChatBot integration with Slack, Resolve creates the new instance, configures the networking and firewall rules, and informs the Sales Team and Customer of the connection details.
  |  By Resolve
By initiating a digital transformation that reaches far beyond adopting new technology, an organization can undergo a profound metamorphosis that not only dramatically changes its form and appearance, but leaves it far better positioned to compete in the 21st century.
  |  By Resolve
Network operations have evolved radically in the wake of digital transformation - and the increasing infrastructure complexity that accompanied it. As NetOps teams roll out and support next-generation technologies, they face a myriad of challenges and changes in their daily operations. Every network team is under unprecedented pressure to safeguard business continuity, network security, and quality of service at all costs. Reliable and high-performing connectivity has truly never been more important, making the role of the NOC more critical than ever before.
  |  By Resolve
The role of IT teams continues to expand and evolve as digital transformation accelerates. Technologies such as cloud, virtualization, edge computing, microservices, and containers have now entered a phase of mass adoption and are being implemented at unprecedented rates while staffing has remained flat for most IT teams. Overburdened IT organizations are struggling to keep up with the scale of their infrastructure and the diversity of the technologies they support.
  |  By Resolve
The CMDB has been around for decades, creating heartache and misery for the IT people tasked with maintaining it. Originally implemented to help track and manage ever-changing IT assets, more often than not, the CMDB is outdated the moment the last keystrokes are made. This eBook explores the checkered past of the CMDB and how AIOps and IT automation tools are helping it overcome its bad reputation to usher in a new era where the CMDB can finally deliver on its long-awaited promise.
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2020 has presented many unexpected challenges. As we adjust to new ways of working and living, IT teams have felt the changes more acutely than most. Global organizations have seen their business processes turned upside down with tectonic shifts towards digital channels.
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IT Service Management (ITSM) platforms drive increasing value over time by identifying, tracking, and reporting IT incidents. However, incident resolution needs are not fully addressed by an ITSM. Optimizing incident management is an important step to explore as validating, diagnosing, and resolving incidents today are often manual, time consuming, and can have dire consequences.
  |  By Resolve
Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations, or AIOps, is very much in its infancy, and most IT Operations pros are still trying to figure out what it means. That's not to mention thinking about where to even start. Each chapter in this eBook provides a deeper understanding of AIOps with actionable steps to help you get started on the path to revolutionizing your IT Operations.
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60% of organizations say incidents and outages cause IT team disruption and distraction*. While ServiceNow helps IT organize and manage incidents, Resolve seamlessly integrates ticket data from ServiceNow and accelerates incident resolution with automation.
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Today's Security Operations Centers are inherently at risk. Plagued with skill shortages and increasing incident volume, CISOs need to counteract widespread threats-like phishing, exfiltration, ransomware and lost devices-fast. A unified Security Incident Response Platform helps expedite your response by optimizing processes and empowering your security team.
  |  By Resolve
It's virtually impossible for today's typical security teams and Security Operation Centers (SOCs) to quickly and accurately respond to the massive volume of threat-related events encountered across their networks and systems. The trajectory of many security operations is unsustainable and alert fatigue is a real concern. What can you and your teams do to better mitigate risk?

Resolve helps IT teams achieve agile, autonomous operations with an industry-leading, enterprise automation and AIOps platform. By combining insights from artificial intelligence with powerful, cross-domain automation, Resolve handles a wide array of IT operations – from dependency mapping, event correlation, and predictive analytics to intelligently automating actions based on those findings. Resolve leverages machine learning to analyze large volumes of systems data, producing a comprehensive view of infrastructure health. The platform identifies existing or potential performance issues, spots anomalies, and pinpoints the root cause of problems. Leveraging AI-driven insights, Resolve even predicts future issues and automates proactive fixes before issues impact the business.

Resolve also provides robust automation capabilities, enabling customers to automate things they never thought possible — ranging from simple tasks to highly complex, multi-step processes that involve multiple tech stacks, environments, and integrated systems. With thousands of prebuilt automations for everyday tasks and processes, Resolve makes it easy for organizations to get started quickly and then scale automation seamlessly. A drag-and-drop designer also enables new automations to be built with little to no code.

Purpose-built to address challenges posed by increasing IT complexity, Resolve enables organizations to maximize operational efficiency, reduce costs, quickly troubleshoot and fix problems, and accelerate service delivery. See why the Fortune 1000, leading MSPs, and the largest telcos on the planet trust Resolve to power more than a million automations every day. Learn more at resolve.io or follow us on Twitter @ResolveSystems.