Energy, Utilities & Transportation

Business Challenges

Energy, Utility and Transportation organizations are faced with increasing challenges to their infrastructures and operations.  Threats are increasing from sources both internal and external to their environment, including threats emanating from foreign governments. Maintaining  critical network infrastructures and complying with strict regulatory standards are not only crucial to the organizations efficiency, but can have real and meaningful impacts on the lives of their customers and the populations they serve.

AccelOps for Energy, Utilities & Transportation


Details and Benefits

AccelOps provides infrastructure security, availability and performance monitoring. AccelOps’ analytics-driven IT Operations and Cloud Management platform for cloud and virtualized infrastructures manages security, network performance and compliance through a single pane of glass. AccelOps provides proactive insight for security management (SIEM), performance and availability of IT infrastructure and applications on a single platform – working across traditional data centers, private and public clouds.   

Areas where AccelOps provides immediate impact:

  • Reduce and proactively identify operational and security threats
  • Automated compliance
  • Track and correlate network and application behavior, baseline metrics and detect anomalous activity 
  • Collect and analyze SIEM data from various systems and devices
  • Full log aggregation, real-time event correlation online data retention with rules and alerts
  • Network and device performance and availability monitoring

Select Energy, Utilities & Transportation Customers Who Have Implemented AccelOps


Los Angeles International Airport is the fifth busiest airport in the world, with 61,862,052 passengers.

Ohio Department of Transportation

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is part of the Governor’s Cabinet and employs over 6,000 people with an annual budget of $3 billion.

Port of Long Beach

The Port of Long Beach is one of the world’s busiest seaports, a leading gateway for trade between the United States and Asia. It is the second busiest port in the United States and the 18th busiest container cargo port in the world.

San Antonio Water System

The largest drinking water and sewage utility in Bexar County Texas and is owned by the City of San Antonio.