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NEW YORK – April 3, 2019 – PRLog — Correlata, a leading software company that specializes in data center cognitive analytics and machine learning, helping the enterprise to bridge their business and IT objectives in a more effective way, announced today installation completion on an IBM LinuxOne machine in North America.

Pablo Horenstein, Correlata Solutions, Product Manager states: “Correlata’s CorreAssess ™ platform was adapted to run on a Linux Guest under Z/VM hypervisor using IBM IFL Processors. This installation is a major extension of the coverage delivered by Correlata for Open Systems, allowing Correlata to analyze the computing layers of IBM LinuxOne such as Logical Partitions and Hypervisor structures, in addition to the correlation with underlined infrastructure layers such as switches/directors and storage arrays.”

Horenstein continues, “Our strategic partnership with IBM created a unique offering in the market, Customers that are using the IBM LinuxONE system which is the most secure, scalable and efficient platform, will be able to enjoy the full coverage and benefits of Correlata’s CorreAssess™ platform. “


Founded with dual headquarters in New York and Israel, Correlata is delivering world-class data center solutions, providing vertical and horizontal visibility between management and its facilitators. Correlata
provides the first business-IT collaboration solution that puts IT operations in a spotlight so companies can gain valuable insights that fuel the organization investment decisions. Correlata partners with leading
Fortune 500 companies to include IBM, and extends its value to the GSA and the European Commission SME Instrument.

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As companies continue to focus on their digital transformation to capture the value of their data and improve processes, the momentum behind digital transformation is increasing, with greater capital being allocated towards digital investments, with spending expected to reach $1.7 trillion by the end of 2019 and nearly $2 trillion by 2022, according to recent reports from IDC.

In this wake, there remains another transformation that must be addressed; the ongoing threats of cyber-attacks and data leaks has resulted in many of today’s data centers simply adding more security protocols to their processes to protect their data, inadvertently slowing down their digital transformation and collaboration capacity, which ultimately strangles business operations. More, the threat of cyber-attacks has shown no signs of diminishing and business agility and transparency continue to be reduced.

How can organizations place themselves in a better position to gain maximum business value from their data?

Being able to collaborate effectively, in a way that doesn’t negatively impact business performance, is essential to thriving in today’s data-driven world. However, this delicate balancing act presents complications when it comes to ensuring a seamless and secure flow of information, both internally across different areas of the business and externally with other companies.

Organizations have to allow data to flow across many different business units to make business decision quickly, while at the same time ensuring that business-critical data is secure and protected from actors with bad intentions and Correlata’s CorreAsses is the industries only solution that can assess and address this complicated feat.

Many organizations simply don’t possess the infrastructure or expertise to effectively collaborate and share data securely, especially those using traditional centralized back-end data architectures.

Despite their best efforts, most enterprises lack the level of transparency and control required in the first instance, and further have no way to track of subsequent uncontrolled copies and shares of data. This raises serious risk and compliance concerns with worldwide legislation such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), California Consumer Privacy Act, Act on the Personal Protection of Personal Information (APPI), among many others that are in place and will hold businesses back in their digitization efforts.

It’s clear that technology advancements and digital transformation projects will cause the amount of data being generated to grow exponentially over the coming years and any business looking to gain an advantage will therefore have to find ways to manage this information as effectively and securely as possible by enabling a seamless, secure and trusted flow of data.

Not only will this be essential to getting the most out of digital transformation and reducing risk, it will also unlock the ability to create real-time value chains and introduce new levels of business performance.



What comes to mind when you read the words “regulation” and “compliance?” Complex? Costly? Endless? Burdensome? Perhaps, and especially so to your IT team.

Regulatory compliance is a responsibility that depends on your key providers as much as your own practices. Before organizations started regularly partnering with cloud and co-location providers, IT leaders were not certain that they could maintain security, privacy, and compliance if they relied on outside providers for their critical technology operations.

The cost of noncompliance can be significant, if not crippling and for businesses in healthcare, financial, and retail industries especially, ensuring the compliance practices of their key partners is instrumental.

What are the most important compliance standards related to data centers, how does noncompliance affect your organization, and what are all of the costs associated with such a failure?

The Standards of Data Center Regulatory Compliance

The two most important compliance standards that impact data centers are Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 and Statements on Standards for Attestation Engagements (SSAE) 18. Data centers with these certifications are known to meet the highest standards of information security.

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) and HIPAA too is an incredibly important compliance measure. Data centers that pay close attention to the highest standards and offer top level compliance should be favored to protect your company.

The Importance of Compliance

Beyond the cost of noncompliance, a key factor for any business is ensuring your compliance has many other key benefits.

For starters, maintaining compliance is a product of keeping up with changes and innovation. It creates an opportunity to re-evaluate your systems and internal innovation. That process, which should include compliance audits, will give you valuable insight and analytics that empower you to make informed decisions regarding your security, systems integrations, and current and future needs. With more informed decision making, you’ll be able to grow while maintaining stability.

The total costs of a breach or leak stem from a number of different sources, of course. Breaches often incur attorney’s fees and accumulate costs related to the investigation, response, notifications to regulatory organizations, victim identification, public response, victim outreach, and internal and external communication campaigns.

Some of the most critical costs of noncompliance are the indirect expenses – from downtime and the operational and productivity loss to the reputational damage and loss of future business.

Is Your Data Center Compliant?

According to Cisco’s 2019 Data Privacy Benchmark Study, those companies that moved to being compliant, benefited from privacy process, as well, good data center hygiene habits. 

Choose a data center provider that will safeguard your assets, at rest and in transmission.

Learn how to take inventory of your data centers resources to stay ahead of compliance in 2019 with the Correlata CorreAssess platform now.





We are thrilled to announce that our CEO, Ofer Laksman, has received the honor of being one of the 20 Best-Performing CEO’s to Watch Out For in 2019, as shared by Mirror Review today.

You can read more about it HERE.

The business has radically changed over the course of 24 months, affecting and exposing some of the greatest risks to the largest data centers in the world. Today’s businesses must understand GDPR, governmental policy and regulation to include the recent Department of Homeland Security Task Force assembly, data and privacy laws, third party, and supply chain ecosystems. Likewise, awareness of cyber-threats is vital to tackle rapidly advancing cyber-attack strategies.

Today, the data center management domain is experiencing a dramatic transformation with increasing cost and complexity. Data center design doesn’t allow them to “right manage” and “right size” their Business IT.

IT departments are more than just hardware. They’re made up of people, strategy, and policy. An errant key stroke or ill-conceived deployment could potentially endanger your most critical systems, causing faults that cost a fortune to fix, and you wouldn’t know what hit you until it’s way too late!

To face these problems, the knowledgeable CEO of Correlata suggests that IT and management must collaborate together and bring digital transformation in their businesses. Such change will be based on AI and machine learning, edge computing, and quantum physics. These advanced self-learning technologies have the ability to identify used and un-used resources within an entire data center.

Founded in 2010, the team of Correlata followed the mission to design, develop and build a leading business center placing IT at the forefront of executive leadership. Today, the leading business solution provider helps thwart catastrophic degradations, providing IT with full and comprehensive access to the data generated by IT assets. It provides a single platform for current complex business IT operations’ needs. Its solutions include business alignment, compliance, risk analysis, cloud migration, chargeback and sizing of infrastructure, greenlight investment, and investment efficiency.

IT departments are often unaware of strategic initiatives that can place increased demands on systems and infrastructure. They also lack the capability to translate business requirements into meaningful IT capacity planning. For such clients, Correlata helps optimize IT resources and provides visibility to grow their businesses.

Correlata’s CorreAssess platform identifies the chain of infrastructure elements and services allocated to applications. It also detects gaps between the real situation and the required resource allocation. This identification enables organizations to allocate the proper IT infrastructure resources to effectively meet business needs and budget constraints.

Considering today’s business challenges, Correlata’s CorreAssess platform enables CIOs and IT directors to exceed business needs while encouraging sustainability, corporate responsibility, and eco-friendly practices. This solution is based on the correlation of IT infrastructure applications, which are collected directly from raw data in heterogeneous environments from a variety of vendors using different products.

The CorreAssess platform recognizes and aggregates allocated infrastructure resources like storage, network, and computing elements to expose the infrastructure elements that are configured, connected but missing end-to-end physical and logical relationships.



Just today, Correlata announced another strategic technology partnership with CNE Direct, Inc. This key partnership will enable CNE to sell and implement Correlata’s software platform to their clients globally. Correlata’s CorreAssess® Platform will be incorporated into the CNE service portfolio including pre-sales, sales, marketing activities, integration and support maintenance.

This partnership will enhance CNE offerings to deliver the most innovative set of solutions to utilize IT operational as a business driver to the organization. Correlata’s services provide complete transparency around data center costs and operational efficiency, becoming the consistent validation platform to ensure that all risks are predicted in advance, helping companies meet compliance and regulatory standards. Correlata turns data into real and practical insights, improving business continuity, and reducing infrastructure investment costs.

Ofer Laksman, Correlata’s CEO, states, “We are excited to extend our partnership network and ecosystem announcing that CNE Direct, Inc. is among the newest to join. Working close with CNE’s team, we will be able to offer a unique set of services that puts IT operations in a spotlight so companies can master their IT spend and gain valuable insights that fuel the organization investment decisions.

Jerry Quill, CNE’s CEO states, “CNE is excited to offer Correlata services to our customers globally.  This offering will help our customers understand their data center assets’ useful lives and how to optimize those assets. Likewise, Correlata’s services will help our clients better identify those assets that are past their useful lives and execute secure, economic, and environmental ways to dispose of those assets.”



A standard phrase from any third-grade classroom or a top-rated cooking show states that we shouldn’t have tools on our desks or any appliances on our counter tops that serve only a single purpose. To be clear, anything without multiple functions is a waste of space and time. This same belief should extend to the IT world if we want some of these more leading-edge technologies to gain a foothold, and Correlata believes that is the new trend you’ll see this year.

Up to now, organizations of all sizes have been using a siloed operations model to build out data center infrastructures that serve a specific purpose or run a specific application. This “one tool for one job” has made many of the big, advanced technologies unavailable to small and midsize companies simply because they are not able to justify the cost.

So comes 2019; the year that large organizations embrace the notion of composable infrastructure: a fusion of all those single-use tools under a common control plane, and a resilient, advanced, operationally efficient Swiss Army knife for the data center.

It’ll also be a year of converging concepts that data center infrastructure has, until now, flirted with or struggled to wrap into a single offering until now, thanks to Correlata’s CorreAssess which provides advanced automation of mundane IT tasks and new levels of intelligence that is predictive rather than simply reactive.

Step Away from the Silo

Right now, we treat the core data center, edge, and cloud as very different environments that all need management tools and on-site utilization plans. But a combination of things will happen that will bring these different technologies into one infrastructure.

First, businesses will continue to become more comfortable with on-premise private clouds. They’ll better understand the importance of edge computing and they’ll also better see how the public cloud can help fill the gaps, whether it’s for burst capacity, for specific workloads, or to scale up and down for other needs, such as DevOps.

At the same time, we’ll see faster pipes, better compression and enhanced security, all making this public cloud a more realistic extension of your on-premises infrastructure. It will allow the edge and the core to start operating as federated systems and burst out to the cloud when capacities require it.

Resources will also be managed with advanced intelligence and by policies that determine which workloads need what resources and where it’s best for them to reside to optimize I/O operations and costs, as well as to guarantee SLAs. Correlata’s CorreAssess One Time Assessment Platform is aimed to take a load off administrators.

Can we get there in 2019?

Not all the way, but we’ll see major steps toward sharing some of the common tools across the various locations where previously you’d consider them compute islands.  With IoT adoption on the rise, 80 billion connected devices by 2020 and over 165 zettabytes of data generated per year, we’ll see vendors making great strides to ensure advances in composable infrastructure serve this unique nature of IoT.

Technology moves fast, and those with deep pockets will always have greater access to the best technology. But as we move into 2019, the increased accessibility of these cutting-edge innovations will lead to greater efficiencies and better outcomes for IT and business.

Learn more how Correlata is partnering with IBM, LRS, e-Shelter and others to move progress forward



Correlata, a leading software company that specializes in data center cognitive analytics, helping GlassHouse Systems Inc. (GHS) bridge their clients’ business and IT objectives in a more effective way, announced today a strategic technology partnership. This key partnership will enable GHS to offer Correlata’s software platform to their clients in Canada and the United States. Correlata’s CorreAssess® Platform will be incorporated into GHS’s service portfolio while GHS will provide a full stack of solutions including pre-sales, sales, marketing activities, integration and support maintenance.

Ofer Laksman, Correlata’s CEO, states, “We are excited to extend our partnership ecosystem and having GHS working with us as our first partner in Canada. We are honored to have a relationship with one of IBM’s top premier business partners .”

This partnership will enhance GHS offerings to deliver the most innovative set of solutions to utilize IT operational intelligence as a business driver.  As a part of the three-year strategic agreement between Correlata and IBM, the company has completed the first stage of building a unique ability that provides, for the first time, the power to bring a holistic view, a choice for x86, IBM LinuxONE and IBM Linux on Z systems under a single information technology management platform.

Robert Moniz, P.Eng., President of GlassHouse Systems states, “Including Correlata’s advanced analytical engine is a natural extension of the value we provide our clients in providing world-class IT infrastructure consulting and support. The ability to efficiently map business value and risk within our clients’ environments allows GHS to deliver increased value and positive client experiences.”  



Today, more than ever, IT systems are essential for economic and social development. Services such as electricity and water supply are based on IT systems. The complexity and operation of these systems, combined with potential risks from various external entities, represent threats not only to the owners of the companies and the service providers, but to society as a whole.

Organizations incur operating and servicing costs of the various IT systems (in the cloud or in any other format) in order to minimize these risks. These expenses can range from hundreds and up to millions of dollars per year, and the appropriate hardware/software solutions are expected to mature in a few years at best.

And until then? Correlata is proud to reveal a comprehensive solution that is based on a unique algorithm developed by the company, which has received a patent in the United States. This algorithm has succeeded in solving the difficulty and challenge faced by large IT organizations on a daily basis – the absence of a single platform that integrates and provides a snapshot of the state of the IT system and its investments in IT infrastructures, to the company’s business units, in a simple and pro-active manner.

The time has come…

After five years of developing this unique algorithm, which constitutes a breakthrough in the transparency of information about that complex infrastructure world, Correlata is taking on the market, and facing the challenge which no company has been willing to tackle to date – the ability to collect information from complex and cumbersome IT infrastructures (the IT Maze) and make it accessible. Managers, internal and external auditors and/or anyone without a technological background, who wants and needs to understand the infrastructure in depth, can do so easily, for every parameter. The uniqueness of the solution is that it makes the infrastructure accessible to the business layer in a simple, clear and manageable manner. It is based on a user-friendly dashboard that helps decision makers achieve the transparency they expect.

Ofer Laksman, Correlata CEO: “The unique system provides the ability to monitor IT operations from the manager’s point of view and enables the manager, for the first time, to evaluate the use of technology and its business value by linking the infrastructure layer to the business layer, regardless of where it is located in the data center – locally, in the cloud or any other combination.”

Laksman adds: “We call this kind of out-of-the-box, innovative concept the Correlata Transformation Value Chain. This concept allows us, for the first time, to present the full picture of the infrastructure – both from an operational perspective and from a business perspective. This creates a kind of effective communication between the various departments and levels in the organization, while achieving a significant. Savings in storage costs, streamlining the deployment of IT and supporting systems, exposing and presenting risks related to the day-to-day management and operation of the IT infrastructure, as well as alerting about and exposing core systems in the organization that do not conform to the established IT policy, in terms of service availability (SLA).

Using the Correlata Transformation Value Chain solution will help the organization to meet its business objectives better, more qualitatively and more cost effectively.

The Correlata Transformation Value Chain solution provides the organization with the following added value benefits:

  • The ability to understand, for the first time, the business value that the business layer receives from the infrastructure layer.
  • Extensive reduction in inefficient IT infrastructures that support the business layer, downsizing the existing system by up to 30%. This is in addition to the savings in electricity, floor space and pollution – which make the organization a greener one.
  • A unique dashboard for the management layer, enabling management members to view and see in real time the level of efficiency in each of the organization’s IT centers.
  • Shut down and disconnection of redundant infrastructure, that does not contribute any business value, leading to a reduction in licensing costs, as well as reducing organizational exposure to a backdoor for cyber hackers.
  • In any decision to migrate to a new site and/or cloud, be it partial or hybrid, our solution can first of all help understand the “real” size of the IT system for that needs to be acquired in the cloud, in order to avoid unexpected expenses and, of course, avoid duplicating the inefficiency that may already exist in that same array. These issues are not always transparent or clear to decision makers who often lack a rich technological background.


Not only do today’s data center energy costs make up almost 80 percent of operational expenses, but data centers are projected to soon amount to the largest share of global electricity production, according to Huawei Technologies’ Total Consumer Power Consumption Forecast. As many new technologies enter the data center realm at increasing rates, expectations for advanced operational environments are at odds with an ever-present demand to keep costs down. In fact, studies have shown that cost savings continue to be a main motivating factor when selecting data center management tools. While introducing new processes to data center operations like real-time data center monitoring, researchers have found managers need the pressure of an issue or decision to overhaul the existing legacy tech to make the step towards adopting a data center manager tool. As we kick off 2019, IT teams will need to face the market’s demand for data center innovations around cloud migration, edge computing and other evolving industry expectations. It’s this demand that will bring the benefits of real-time consumption monitoring to the forefront of data center managers’ minds as a key component of success and Correlata’s CorreAsses is leading this charge. Say Goodbye to Unnecessary Infrastructure Data center managers continually look for ways to understand and control their infrastructure’s electrical power, often relying on power distribution unit (PDUs). With real-time monitoring tools’ ability to deliver device level power and thermal data, teams can eliminate the need for intelligent power distribution units. While investing in PDUs can cost thousands of dollars, real-time consumption monitoring tools only require a one-time investment and offer a way for IT teams to collect data directly from servers without deploying costly and redundant infrastructure. Identify Underutilized Servers Without a full understanding of its infrastructure, performance data centers are often left with under-utilization rates as high as 50 percent leaving the opportunity to double your data center’s revenue untouched. By deploying Correlata’s CorreAssess OTA, companies can analyze utilization with data collected over a period of time, allowing IT managers to understand the relationship between server power consumption and energy optimization potential. As a result, managers can identify underutilized servers, better deploy tasks more efficiently across their data center, and ultimately, open the door to more revenue opportunities. Explore Consolidation with Increased Visibility With a rising demand for expansion, consolidating data center operations is likely the last thing on an IT manager’s mind. But with data center monitoring, managers can view their environment’s efficiency like they’ve never seen it before, opening their eyes to a major cost savings opportunity. Given the granular insights into server health, cooling, and power consumption, data center managers tool that start with Correlata’s CorreAssess provide the visibility to safely and efficiently perform consolidation and cloud migration. Utilizing features like power monitoring, thermal consumption analysis, and health utilization, data center management tools increase managers’ visibility and offer the means to make decisions based on real-time data. This elevated level of management will be key for data center teams as they face the industry’s growing demands for new innovations in 2019.