Time to get busy with the buzzword… AIOps

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Originally coined by Gartner, the term AIOps stands for "artificial intelligence for IT operations"… and has quickly become the 2020 IT buzz word. Why? Because AIOps is offering the all-encompassing strategy for using machine learning and AI to maximize big data and analytics that, in turn, can power automation and business workflows. Or, in other words, AIOps will help IT recognise trends, reduce mean time to resolution, and provide greater insights for automated response and knowledge led decision-making.

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But it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement created by ‘buzzwords’ – not so easy to get busy and maximize the potential, until now…

Join Wes Cooper and I as we outline our five-step plan for smoothly introducing AIOps into an already complex IT operations environment, including:

Step 1–Monitor everything, consolidate events, and create a central store.

Step 2–Align technology, people, and processes—and clarify business goals.

Step 3–Introduce agnostic, domain-centric, configuration-free analytics.

Step 4–Maximise process and remediation automation.

Step 5–Connect AI to automation with machine learning.

With Gartner predicting more than 40% of organisations looking to utilize AIOps by 2023, don’t get left behind, register today and begin your AIOps journey.

Date: 31 March 2020
Time: 7:00 a.m. PDT | 3:00 p.m. BST
Duration: 45 minutes

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