Ricston's latest integration solution with Mule ESB

Over the years Ricston has provided services to clients in a broad range of market verticals including Finance, Healthcare, Retail, Telecom and Government. Ricston has a problem-solving approach and aims to create best fit lean solutions.

RAT - Ricston Analytics Tool

RAT is a tool based on open source products, such as Elastic Search, Log Stash and Kibana that helps analyse data in IT systems and visualise it in real time. It can be used both by operations team to monitor the state of the JVM, and by business team to analyse marketing and sales efforts.

What are the advantages of RAT? 

  • It’s based on open source and is easy to implement
  • It presents data visually and instantly
  • It serves needs of operations, marketing and IT teams

Read more about RAT and other industry specific solutions, or drop us a line now!

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