Topic: ai

Lenovo announces new storage system for AI workloads

Lenovo has unveiled its latest data management innovations, including the ThinkSystem DG and DM3010H Enterprise Storage Arrays to enable the execution of AI workloads and data utilization for organizations.  Alongside these products, Lenovo also launched two ThinkAgile SXM Microsoft Azure Stack solutions, providing a unified hybrid cloud for seamless data management.  These new solutions offer … continue reading

ManageEngine announces OpenAI integration in observability platform

ManageEngine, the enterprise IT management division of Zoho Corporation, has integrated OpenAI observability into its cloud-based observability platform, Site24x7.  This new capability allows application owners to monitor the usage of various OpenAI models effortlessly, while also tracking real-time performance and cost metrics.  According to ManageEngine, by providing a unified view, businesses can effectively leverage emerging … continue reading

BigPanda adds generative AI capabilities to Automated Incident Analysis

Incident intelligence and AIOps automation tool provider BigPanda announced the release of Generative AI for Automated Incident Analysis, a new capability that uses advanced AI to estimate incident impact, suggest likely root causes, and provide clear, natural language incident titles and summaries.  BigPanda Generative AI utilizes large language model (LLM) technology to promptly and consistently … continue reading

Want to break down IT silos? Start with building the right team culture

For those of us who live and breathe technology, it’s easy to believe that we’re all one release away from solving the big challenges facing our organizations.  Unfortunately, the reality is more complicated than that.  For example, let’s talk about silos, the barriers that exist between different teams or departments within an organization. For years, … continue reading

Google Cloud expands security offerings with new AI capabilities

The new capabilities were announced at the Google Cloud Security Summit, along with new partnerships across the industry.  It announced Chronicle TDIR for Google Cloud, which enables customers to ingest telemetry data into Chronicle, which is a security operations platform provided by Google. Chronicle can then correlate telemetry data with threat intelligence to detect and … continue reading

CrowdStrike announces Charlotte AI for faster threat reaction

CrowdStrike announced a new generative AI cybersecurity analyst called Charlotte AI.  The AI will help to reduce the cybersecurity skills gap and enable faster reactions to threats posed by adversaries. It is currently available only in private customer preview.  Charlotte AI uses advanced security data and a structured feedback system to give customers answers to … continue reading

Cloudflare announces zero-trust solution for companies experimenting with AI

Cloudflare One for AI was released as a collection of features that help teams build with the latest AI services while maintaining a zero-trust security posture. “Cloudflare One’s goal is to allow you to safely use the tools you need, wherever they live, without compromising performance. These features will feel familiar to any existing use … continue reading

New Relic announces generative AI observability assistant

The observability platform New Relic today announced New Relic Grok, a generative AI assistant for observability. This tool is geared at minimizing the need to manually sort through data, making observability more accessible, and unlocking insights from any telemetry data source.  With the help of OpenAI’s large language models and New Relic’s unified telemetry data … continue reading

Report: 55% of teams agree that built-in monitoring is most important AIOps feature

The digital operations management company OpsRamp today released the findings from its study on the state of AIOps technology adoption and development. It was revealed that Built-in monitoring and native instrumentation is considered the most important feature by over half of respondents (55%).  Despite 70% of MSPs and 62% of enterprises having concerns about the … continue reading

Civo launches Kubeflow as a Service

Cloud provider Civo launched a Kubeflow as a Service offering to reduce the time and resources it takes for developers to gain insights from ML algorithms.  Only 53% of AI projects make it from prototype to production, according to Gartner research, and this is likely due to the vast and complex infrastructure required to support … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Project Wisdom

Project Wisdom was created by Red Hat in collaboration with IBM to incorporate AI into Ansible to make it easier for beginners to get started with Ansible and faster to use for experts.  The goal is for users to be able to enter plain English and then get back generated automation written in Ansible syntax … continue reading

Zendesk launches new customer sentiment and intent functionality

The service-first CRM company Zendesk recently announced Intelligent Triage and Smart Assist, new AI solutions to enable businesses to triage customer support requests automatically as well as access important data at scale.  According to the company, the democratization of these solutions allow organizations to see value faster by understanding intent and sentiment through account-specific, data-driven … continue reading

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