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To find out, OpsRamp commissioned a survey of enterprise IT organizations and managed service providers across North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific. One key takeaway: while most organizations want to use AIOps to improve automation, reducing trouble-ticketing is proving to be a far more attainable goal.
Join us as we review and analyze the survey results on this webinar. You will learn:
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See LM Envision in action
LogicMonitor’s SaaS-based infrastructure monitoring platform is a breeze to set up and scale with your entire environment. In this demo, Sales Engineer Stuart Carrison discusses the LogicMonitor architecture, how data is collected, logs, and some of our powerful features.
Features covered include:
– Forecasting data to see potential upcoming trends
– Anomaly detection and alert suppression
– Creating new dashboards and using pre-built ones
– Log analytics data to help find and fix problems faster
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Are you or your leaders intrigued by automation but hesitant to implement it? Maybe that’s due to concerns over job replacement; maybe it’s due to perceived complexity; perhaps it’s fear of disruption. Whatever the hesitation, there is no doubt that automation is designed to reduce repetitive tasking and free up time for innovation.
In this guide, we cover some of the most common misconceptions related to automation and illustrate key ways to use automation to drive growth.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
– The 3 types of IT process automation
– 6 common misconceptions about IT automation
– How to use automation in monitoring and observability
– How to use automation to keep your business flexible and resilient
Plus, learn two key ways to leverage LogicMonitor’s automated workflows and OOTB integrations with LM Envision. Download the guide today!
As organizations shift IT assets to the cloud and their tech stack becomes more complex, SaaS-based monitoring helps teams transition from reactive monitoring to real-time observability. Find out how in this PeerSpot Report.
In this report, real IT Pros discuss why their teams are moving away from legacy monitoring tools. Here is what you’ll find inside:
– Why legacy and on-premises monitoring tools can’t keep up with modern technology
– Why SaaS-based platforms are essential for IT infrastructure monitoring today
– The six main reasons your peers are ditching legacy monitoring tools (from real user reviews on PeerSpot)
Read the full 6 reasons here!
Having a cloud strategy isn’t innovation; it’s what organizations need to scale great ideas and deliver robust customer experiences. As environments become more complex, it’s critical to evolve to the cloud in the right way or you’ll end up just another legacy company lost in the clouds.
From several years of research and market observation, we put together a comprehensive guide that outlines 8 cloud best practices and 7 actionable tips to measure success.
In this two-part guide, you’ll learn:
– The difference between cloud migration and cloud transformation
– How observability can pave the way for transformation
– How to avoid the limitations of native providers
– How to control spend and keep teams happy
“LogicMonitor is the only tool that can put the cost of running something in the cloud, the performance of that thing in the cloud, and the business metrics on the same page.”
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PREMIERES JANUARY 10, 2023 @ 1:00 PM ET | 10 AM PT
The key? A monitoring solution that is resilient but agile, customized but supported, and data-first but secure. If you’re searching for a solution that allows you to monitor hybrid environments and correlate the data instantly, check out our next webinar with LogicMonitor, Not just a juggling act: how to support your hybrid IT environment with LogicMonitor.
In the webinar, you’ll learn:
* How to future-proof your hybrid IT with a platform-approach to observability
* How to navigate the different stages of cloud maturity
* How to determine what’s best for your business and teams on your cloud journey
Plus, learn how LogicMonitor delivers holistic monitoring solutions for where you are and where you’re going.
AVAILABLE NOW Digital transformation in enterprise IT is creating significant breakthroughs in business opportunities. Despite these developments, moving applications and workloads to the public cloud and operating in hybrid IT at scale is challenging and complex.
This transition increases tool sprawl and creates siloed visibility, causing service performance blind spots, and delays in triage and troubleshooting. It is critical that related functions like monitoring, must also transition to ensure unified observability in these complex, dynamic hybrid IT environments.
In this webinar, we you will learn the:
Digital transformation has made it imperative for IT leaders to find effective ways to modernize their legacy systems and service delivery. Moving beyond legacy, patchwork point tools and leveraging a modern, unified IT management platform will decrease the cost and complexity of trying to retrofit old tools to meet new needs. It will also reduce your risks, increase efficiencies, and ultimately improve the quality of service you deliver to your customers.
Join us for a lively and insightful discussion with panelists from Wipro, PTP, and OpsRamp. Hear firsthand how companies have successfully moved from legacy ITOM systems to a single, unified, and modern SaaS-based IT management platform and the benefits they are realizing as a result, including:
Observability and AIOps are most likely something you have heard about. But would you know how to differentiate them, explain the pros and cons of each, how they fit together (or not), understand the key benefits and challenges, and detect hype about what these can achieve when you see it?
The global market has witnessed rapid news about observability and AIOps and there is increasing demand for the adoption of each. For now: when it comes to Observability, it is more of an attribute than a process and AIOps is more the usage of Artificial Intelligence within IT operations or beyond.
This informal but structured exchange between Bill Talbot, CMO, OpsRamp and Eveline Oehrlich, Industry Analyst, Research In Action, elaborates on both Observability and AIOps.
Watch this webinar with LogicMonitor’s experienced site reliability engineers who share tips and tricks learned during their own evolution and how to apply that into a foolproof strategy, so you too can modernize your monitoring into the cloud.
Running Operations is not an easy job, especially these days. Ops teams have to ensure excellent user experiences, resolve incidents quickly and help developers stay productive. Yet at the same time, there is also the need to maintain systems security and keep downtime to a minimum.
While advances in cloud computing have helped address some of these challenges, many organizations find it difficult to leverage the cloud at scale because of bottlenecks that form around repetitive tasks, such as developers having to wait for provisioning infrastructure. Despite having access to abundant cloud resources, these speed-bumps often make it difficult to achieve team objectives.
Watch this talk on-demand today and learn:
How to safely delegate the management of your cloud deployment (to developers and other end users) with self-service operations.
How to create powerful runbooks with guardrails that leverage existing scripting languages, infrastructure, and tools to remove bottlenecks that form around repetitive tasks.
Strategies for getting started with self-service.
Many engineering and operations teams would like to move to a Service Ownership: “You build it, you own it” operating model. However, as with many ancillary objectives driving DevOps across an organization, this is easier said than done. Often, it’s because teams lack the human-to-technology mechanisms which allow for a culture of service ownership.
Within the context of incident response, teams need the ability to clearly define who is responsible for tending to issues, how they’re notified, and who to lean on for help. This is true for non-incident response scenarios, too. How can teams operate at a fast pace, and a large scale, while still maintaining valid and safe service ownership? One of the keys to allowing for service ownership outside of incident response is by imbuing an organization with a culture of self-service operations.
This is where a service owner builds and delegates self-service mechanisms for end-users (non-service owners) to make use of a given service safer while also reducing the number of interruptions to the service creator/owner.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
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