Nanometrics offers a suite of process control tools to help manufacturers as they shrink designs to sub 30nm nodes and develop robust solutions for vertical IC integration.
Nanometrics turned to InfluxData for their DevOps monitoring. InfluxDB was used to monitor their application and state-of-health data, giving Nanometrics great insight into how their software is running, identify problems and improve the scalability of their applications. The Nanometrics Apollo Server is a data acquisition software application designed to acquire continuous time series data, state-of-health data, triggers and alerts from a wide range of remote field digitizers and data sources collecting seismic data.
Improved seismic monitoring
30+ years in earthquake science research
Use their mission-critical seismic arrays and tsunami warning systems
Improved DevOps monitoring
Gained better insights into apps, health, triggers, alerts from remote data sources
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