Tag: operations

Delivering collective intelligence with the five pillars of AIOps

Delivering collective intelligence with the five pillars of AIOps

Traditional tools, solutions and approaches weren’t designed in anticipation of the volume, variety and velocity generated by today’s complex and connected IT environments. Instead, they consolidate and aggregate data and roll them up into averages, compromising data fidelity. In today’s high-volume data environment, it’s critical to embrace team collaboration and critical thinking as a way…
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Why DevOps is (still) a work in progress

Why DevOps is (still) a work in progress

DevOps was supposed to fix everything, right? Okay well maybe not everything, but the coming together of Dev (developers) and Ops (operations) under the umbrella that is DevOps was meant to give us a new way of building software with greater team proximity that would ultimately result in better end products for the user. Don’t…
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Machine Learning and the Future of ITOps

Machine Learning and the Future of ITOps

ITOps – In conjunction with the launch of its new Digital Experience Insights (DXI) platform, CA invited me to sit in on the ITOps Analytics 2.0 Summit that they held last week. While ITOA & monitoring isn’t my core focus, when I dug into what they were doing, I found a few of areas of overlap…
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Collective Intelligence: Where The Promise Of AIOps Is Realized

In my travels, I speak to a lot of people about artificial intelligence for operations, or AIOps. When I do, I feel I often need to dispel some common misperceptions. Most often, people will immediately latch onto the “A” of the equation, the artificial, and how it can evoke sinister images of automation run amok,…
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