ConicIT – Strobe integrated solution

ConicIT & Splunk synergistic solution

Announced on 28 June 2016

Automatic detection and analysis of applications problems

ConicIT performance proactive alerts



Click here to see Compuware's announcement about Strobe - ConicIT integration

The Problems that we solve

Catching and analysis of applications bugs can be hard:

  • How to detect problems at early stage
  • How to run Strobe powerful analytic tool exactly when the problem exists
  • What if the problem appears at night? Who will run Strobe analysis?
  • Does high CPU necessary means application problem? How to detect that there’s a real problems?

The Vision

Automatic detection of applications problems, which triggers automatic deep investigation of the application

The Building Blocks


  • Automatic detection and alerts about anomalies that reflects mainframe performance problems
  • Connects to your mainframe’s performance monitors once a minute and reading thousands of performance metrics
  • Presents all the data and graphs in a friendly and aggregated format on your web-browser
  • Using machine learning to study the normal behavior of your mainframe, and to automatically detects anomalies and problems and to alert about them.

Compuware's Strobe

  • Deep profiling and investigation of performance problems
  • Runs on specific job-name, and possibly focusing on specific transactions
  • Quickly pinpoint the source of application inefficiencies.
  • Allows to improve user code efficiency, transaction response time and throughput.

ConicIT UI

ConicIT UI

ConicIT UI

Strobe & ConicIT Integration

  • ConicIT automatically detects performance problems and anomalies
  • ConicIT Activate strobe on the relevant job and transaction, just on time, 24/7
  • Strobe is investigating the job and create reports that gives you all required information to figure the root cause
  • Strobe is sending you an email, with link to the result of the investigation
ConicIT automatically call Strobe investigation

Strobe - ConicIT integation