Topic: ai

Report: Most SOCs are using AI and machine learning tools to detect advanced threats

The 2020 State of Security Operations report found that SecOps teams are more often turning to next-generation automation tools to address gaps in security with 93% of respondents saying that they employ AI and ML technologies with the leading goal of improving advanced threat detection. The report was conducted by Micro Focus and CyberEdge Group, … continue reading

Micro Focus releases Hybrid Cloud Management X to improve user experiences

Micro Focus’s HCMX provides cloud service consumption in a single view with analytics-based recommendations for discount management. It also modernizes the user experience with embedded AI and drives down operational costs with unified and accelerated service delivery. “The complexity of multiple tools and catalogs used to create a service, provision and manage its lifecycle and … continue reading

premium 3 reasons enterprises need to implement AIOps

Competitive organizations don’t simply react to their environments or competitors. Rather, they are proactively and predictively anticipating how to deliver better business outcomes. These autonomous digital enterprises know how to pull all the relevant information, capabilities, and people into the same place to quickly and efficiently make the right decisions. This requires flexible and dynamic … continue reading

DataStax releases beta of Vector AIOps solution

DataStax announced the private beta of Vector, an AIOps service for Apache Cassandra that continually assesses the behavior of a Cassandra cluster to provide developers and operators with automated diagnostics and advice. The beta release uses reactive learnings to offer proactive advice, according to the company in a post. Vector is able to analyze individual … continue reading

premium ITOps Observability Guide

You’ve likely heard the term observability being passed around for the past few years, and you might have assumed that it is just another marketing buzzword for monitoring. And you wouldn’t be alone in that thinking. Some experts would say that “Observability”, “AIOps” and “Application Performance Monitoring (APM)” are just terms used to distinguish between … continue reading

PagerDuty announces new automation capabilities

PagerDuty announced new automation and AIOps capabilities to lower costs for developers and IT teams, prevent outages, and improve remote collaboration. “The impact of the pandemic has required companies to pivot overnight, reducing labor and IT costs while still serving their customers’ growing digital needs, and working entirely remotely,” said Jonathan Rende, senior vice president … continue reading

Deploying AIOps in ITOM should not require writing and maintaining manual rules

There is a lot of interest around AIOps, with multiple studies finding that organizations are adopting AI at an increasing rate.  In a recent Forrester report 68% of companies surveyed have plans to invest in AIOps-enabled monitoring solutions over the next 12 months. Gartner forecasts that by 2022, 40% of all large enterprises will combine … continue reading

New Relic introduces AI suite for incident detection, resolution

Observability platform provider New Relic today is releasing a new suite of AI capabilities to help customers more quickly detect, assess and mitigate critical incidents. On-call DevOps and site reliability are tasked with monitoring massive amounts of information, and a big challenge is to find signals from a flood of alerts, to take action on … continue reading

OpsRamp announces AI-driven suggestions in Winter 2020 release

AIOps company OpsRamp has announced its Winter 2020 Release with new capabilities to make AIOps easier for the everyday operator. The release includes AI-driven suggestions, cloud monitoring integrations, and hybrid discovery and synthetic monitoring. “While machine learning models for IT operations have generated considerable excitement among technology decision-makers, customers would like to understand how a … continue reading

ITOps news digest: Falkonry’s operational AI products, CloudBolt 9.2, and Huawei’s new 5G products

Predictive operations company Falkonry has announced two new AI product offerings designed to scale with lower total cost of ownership and short time to value. The products include Falkonry Workbench and Analyzer.  Workbench analyzes large amounts of data to build predictive models and solve production problems. Other features include ability to perform forensic analysis on … continue reading

Dynatrace introduces next generation infrastructure monitoring

Dynatrace announced the next generation of its Infrastructure monitoring module, which includes enhanced AI, expanded out-of-the-box observability and the ability to create custom metrics from log events.  “Dynatrace enables IT teams to keep up with growing complexity and removes the need for multiple tools and manual do-it-yourself approaches,” said Steve Tack, the SVP of Product … continue reading

ServiceNow to acquire AIOps company Loom Systems

ServiceNow announced that it entered into an agreement to acquire Loom Systems to extend its AIOps capabilities and offer deeper insights into digital operations.  “By bringing together Loom Systems’ ability to analyze log and metrics data with ServiceNow’s AIOps and workflow automation capabilities, IT departments will be able to proactively pin‑point and resolve operational issues, … continue reading

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