Why Moving to Structured Responses Matters

Why Moving to Structured Responses Matters

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Why Moving to Structured Responses Matters

At Aireforge, we've significantly rewritten our Advisor checks to adopt structured responses, representing a major investment in our technology. This effort involved rewriting approximately six years of code, including outcomes, supporting code, and shared libraries. It was a huge task that took about a month and included reviewing and updating text and fixing some old bugs.

Benefits for AI Implementations

Structured data is key for AI and machine learning. By providing clear descriptions, findings, and suggestions, AI systems can better analyze data, detect patterns, and offer predictive insights. This structure helps train AI models more effectively, leading to accurate and reliable outcomes.

Impact on DbOptics and SysOptics

For our new products, DbOptics and SysOptics, structured responses are crucial. They enhance observability and performance tuning by allowing these systems to interpret data more efficiently. This results in improved diagnostics, optimized performance, and a smoother user experience.

Future Updates

This update is part of our core strategy to unify Advisor and Monitor checks. Users will start to see the beginnings of DbOptics and SysOptics creep into the application with improved export and reporting capabilities, along with cloud and hybrid options.


Switching to structured responses not only improves current functionality but also supports advanced AI capabilities in our products. This aligns with our commitment to delivering top-tier solutions for database and infrastructure management. While the UI changes might not seem drastic, the underlying improvements are substantial, setting a strong foundation for future enhancements.

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