Tag: AIOPS

AIOps And The Quest For The Grail

AIOps And The Quest For The Grail

The promise of a self-healing IT environment has arrived—if your CIO is willing to make the journey. 

Self-healing. The term itself borders on magical. No wonder a self-healing IT environment has long been the holy grail for enterprise CIOs.  

Why? Because CIOs today are strategically responsible for delivering digital products and driving innovation. At the same time, their teams oversee hundreds or thousands of applications, resources, and data sources. A self-healing IT environment would automatically predict issues and then automatically apply the fix.

Self-healing IT has, for the most part, been unattainable—until now. Today, true prediction can finally be reached with the help of AIOps, while remediation can be automated with digital workflows. 

Nastel releases updated mobile apps for Nastel XRay

Nastel releases updated mobile apps for Nastel XRay

Nastel Technologies, a premier global provider of AIOps solutions covering end-to-end Transaction Tracking and Application Performance Management (APM) for mission-critical applications in mixed Cloud environments, has announced immediate availability of the new release for their Nastel XRay mobile app.

AIOps vs Observability vs Monitoring - What Is The Difference? Are You Using The Right One For Your Enterprise?

AIOps vs Observability vs Monitoring – What Is The Difference? Are You Using The Right One For Your Enterprise?

In the last few months, I have been analyzing and writing a research report for GigaOm in this space, which is due to be released soon. I looked at about 30+ vendors in this space as part of that process and did a deep dive with 20 of them. In that process, after talking with these vendors, a bunch of their customers, and a few CXO executives, I found a lot of confusion.

How AIOps Will Help Support Gaming's Biggest Year Ever

How AIOps Will Help Support Gaming’s Biggest Year Ever

With the ongoing pandemic-induced confinement orders in place and the recent launch of new gaming consoles from both Sony and Microsoft, this holiday season is expected to be the biggest yet for the video game industry, and the momentum should carry well into 2021. Add in a host of cloud-based gaming services from giants, including Google, Amazon and Microsoft, and we’re set up for one of the most eventful calendar years gaming has ever seen.

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1950s, but only in the last six years — with the advent of open-source, low-cost cloud compute and storage — has it become useful in solving real-world problems. In that short time, we've seen AI find new solutions in enterprise networking, automotive, medical and other industries. This has resulted in artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) moving from marketing hype to a useful tool being adopted across the enterprise.

The Biggest Enterprise AI Trends For 2021

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been around since the 1950s, but only in the last six years — with the advent of open-source, low-cost cloud compute and storage — has it become useful in solving real-world problems. In that short time, we’ve seen AI find new solutions in enterprise networking, automotive, medical and other industries. This has resulted in artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) moving from marketing hype to a useful tool being adopted across the enterprise.

Big Data From Enterprise AI Will Unleash The New Era Of AI-Driven WAN And AIOps

Big Data From Enterprise AI Will Unleash The New Era Of AI-Driven WAN And AIOps

This year, with many enterprise AI initiatives and distributed networking capabilities promising more resiliency, the fourth generation of network infrastructure integrates SD-WAN with AIOps. With Juniper Network’s acquisition of 128 Technology, companies see the future beyond SD-WAN to AI-Driven WANs. As AI-enabled technology generates mountains of Big Data, lowering the cost of infrastructure maintenance and network overhead is a must.

Why building your own AIOps platform is a bad idea

Why building your own AIOps platform is a bad idea

In the wake of the economic downturn brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, investments in digital business transformation have accelerated. The applications that drive those processes are not only highly distributed, they also operate at a level of scale that no IT team can manage using legacy approaches to managing IT. It can take weeks to discover the root cause of any issue.

AIOps: Hollywood Myth Versus Practical Reality

AIOps: Hollywood Myth Versus Practical Reality

When you say the words “artificial intelligence,” what comes to mind for many is some sort of super intelligent machine life-form we’ve all seen in sci-fi movies, a being that knows more than we do and can do more than we can. Complete awareness and interpretation of its environment, rapid learning and adaptation, and incomprehensibly fast cycling through the orient-observe-decide-act loop are implied AI characteristics in most films.

Is Legacy Technology Still Your Greatest Asset?

Is Legacy Technology Still Your Greatest Asset?

Who has actually made the move off of the mainframe?

AIOps uses AI, automation to boost security

AIOps uses AI, automation to boost security

AIOps – When the 2020 coronavirus pandemic forced workers across the United States to stop congregating in offices and work from home, Siemens USA was prepared to protect its newly remote workforce and identify and repel potential data breaches.