August 11, 2020 • Julie Albright, SVP, Global Marketing

Resolve received the highest scores possible in the orchestration & other automation criteria, as well as product vision & execution roadmap criteria.

We are excited to share that Resolve has been named a Strong Performer in “The Forrester Wave™: Infrastructure Automation Platforms, Q3 2020.” This report evaluates how the 13 most significant infrastructure automation platform providers measure up and helps infrastructure and operations professionals select the right solution for their needs.

The Forrester report states that “Resolve Systems has increasingly been interested in applying intelligence to automation, and the acquisition of FixStream provides a greater opportunity to do so. The Resolve Platform is better than most of its competitors in terms of orchestration and access governance.”

The report goes on to say that “Resolve Systems’ solution is a good fit for enterprises that want to leverage AIOps with their infrastructure automation while also having solid orchestration capabilities.”

Resolve received the highest scores possible in the orchestration and other automation criteria, as well as in the product vision and execution roadmap criteria.

“We are thrilled to have been identified by Forrester as a Strong Performer within the infrastructure automation space,” said Vijay Kurkal, CEO at Resolve Systems. “I’m proud that our integration of AIOps with intelligent automation has been recognized as we strive to help organizations cope with the challenges posed by increasing IT complexity and achieve the long-awaited promise of ‘self-healing IT.’”

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Julie Albright

About the Author, Julie Albright:

Julie heads up all aspects of global marketing at Resolve. For the last two decades, Julie has combined her creativity and love of data to transform the way companies market their products. She's got a proven track record for meeting aggressive targets for growth-stage companies, evolving marketing organizations into revenue generators, and building strong, engaging brands along the way. Julie has held leadership positions (both full-time and interim) for B2B tech leaders including SolarWinds, Asana, Insight Partners, AlienVault, Campaign Monitor, Alteryx, Syncsort, Fenergo, E2open, Kinnser (now WellSky), and Diligent.