Topic: ai

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

OneLogin introduces Trusted Experience Platform

OneLogin brings AI to identity and access management

OneLogin has announced its new Trusted Experience Platform, a complete identity and access management (IAM) solution designed to manage digital identities for enterprises. According to the company, it leverages artificial intelligence to provide secure, scalable and smart experiences.  “The OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform provides unparalleled security and reliability to companies so leaders can focus on … continue reading

Is ITSM ready to manage the future’s AI infrastructure?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is maturing as a concept, and the excitement in the air is causing much anticipation of the potential fruit-bearing ahead. As conceived and hypothesized, the appeal of AI is complete automation of traditionally man-powered processes – all driven by patterns in data and machines’ “reaction” to it. Whether compete automation is achievable, … continue reading

IBM Maximo delivers essential insights for intelligent asset maintenance and operations

IBM Maximo Asset Monitor released to help companies reduce downtime and improve asset availability

IBM is giving maintenance and operations teams more insight into their physical assets. The company announced IBM Maximo Asset Monitor, an AI-powered monitoring solution that provides anomaly detection and enterprise-wide visibility into performance. “As critical assets become more connected, intelligent and complex, the model for operating and maintaining them must evolve. Organizations must move faster … continue reading

New report shows IT wants to adopt AI for intent-based networking

 IT is eager to adopt AI and almost 50% of network strategists believe increasing the use of analytics and AI will help enable the ideal network, according to a report by Cisco research The report, which surveyed 2000 IT leaders and network strategists, found that organizations are moving their networks towards intent-based networking and investing … continue reading

Hybrid AI in the Future of Work

Due to ongoing improvements in artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, we are on the cusp of an entirely new era in automation. Not only are software robots adept at performing routine, repetitive tasks on behalf of humans, but they are now capable of carrying out activities that rely on cognitive abilities, such as those … continue reading

Red Sky Ops to optimize apps in Kubernetes environments

Carbon Relay is introducing a new open-source project to help DevOps teams manage and improve the performance of Kubernetes-based applications.  RELATED CONTENT: AIOps Exchange to lay the groundwork for AIOps’ future According to the company, DevOps teams often struggle with how many valuable infrastructure resources are provisioned for an application in a Kubernetes environment, which … continue reading

Linux Foundation to host Federated AI Technology Enabler

The Linux Foundation announced it will host a federated learning framework meant to improve collaboration with AI model training and inference. The Federated AI Technology Enabler (FATE) allows organizations to use data and modeling safely, securely and in accordance with data confidentiality and government regulations.  “A secure computing framework is critical for developers who are … continue reading

premium 5 guiding principles to follow for modernizing the data center network

New technologies like 5G, AI, and IoT, are driving companies to reconsider the way their data centers are structured. But from the smallest companies all the way up to the largest cloud providers, we’ve seen that service uptime remains a challenge for even the largest and most sophisticated companies – some citing that an outage … continue reading

AIOps Exchange holds inaugural event to lay the groundwork for AIOps’ future

A majority of companies have implemented or are starting to experiment with AIOps, according to a survey from OpsRamp. Of those, a majority of them have seen success with the AIOps implementations. The AIOps Exchange was launched earlier this month, and tomorrow it is holding its inaugural event in San Francisco. The event will feature … continue reading

OpsRamp survey: AIOps seen as delivering value

There has been a lot of talk about AIOps in the past year, but it looks like the concept is now living up to expectations. AIOps is no longer just a fancy marketing buzzword, explained Bhanu Singh, senior vice president of product development and cloud operations at OpsRamp. According to OpsRamp’s State of AIOps report, … continue reading

Splunk predicts the future of IT Ops in 2019

Splunk believes the IT operations space is going to transform and evolve into new areas as we continue into 2019. The company has released a 2019 ebook on its predictions based off of customer insight and company resource. “We’re always at the cusp of the next big thing, moments away from the next technological change … continue reading

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