In any system re-engineering exercise, it is not the well understood, core processes that will cause difficulty on the migration to a new implementation; it is the low frequency, irregularly occurring execution sequences. Identifying and isolating these sequences is critical to ensure the smooth transition from the AS-IS to the TO-BE state.
Identifying anomalous system behaviour across a disparate environment is non-trivial.
The HELIXsystem Process Assembler (HSPA) automates this task and clusters irregular behaviour by time stamp and frequency of occurrence. This enables anomalous behaviour to be separated from the core flows and analysed.