Topic: ai

Robin Systems brings Kubernetes to Big Data, database and AI/ML apps

Robin Systems wants to extend Kubernetes to data-heavy apps with the release of its hyper-converged Kubernetes platform ROBIN. The new platform is designed to bring the benefits of Kubernetes to Big Data, databases, and artificial intelligence/machine learning solutions. “Kubernetes is the de-facto standard for container orchestration for microservices and applications. However, enterprise adoption of big … continue reading

Report: AIOps is popular among IT executives, but concerns hold back wide adoption

Digital operation teams are ready to take advantage of AIOps. AIOps is a strategy that leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to automate infrastructure incident management. According to a newly released report from cloud-based IT Ops management platform provider OpsRamp, 68 percent of respondents have reported they are already experimenting with AIOps in some way. … continue reading

DeepMind and Google are using AI to cool data centers

DeepMind and Google are utilizing their AI-powered recommendation system to provide data center cooling. The recommendation system was first developed in 2016 as a way to improve the energy efficiency of Google’s data centers. “Now we’re taking this system to the next level: instead of human-implemented recommendations, our AI system is directly controlling data centre … continue reading

BMC Helix brings AI to ITSM

BMC has introduced the BMC Helix Cognitive Service Management (CSM), which aims to integrate AI and machine learning into ITSM. According to the company, this new offering will transform the service experience for end users, agents, and developers. BMC explained the solution is designed to reduce the time and effort of upgrades, derives operational efficiencies, and … continue reading

What the new generation of automation technology means for digital transformation

A large movie theater chain examines box office sales and discovers that a new romantic comedy isn’t doing as well as expected on its opening weekend. The chain knows from previous data analysis that, for whatever reason, Twizzler red licorice is a best-seller at the concession stands for fans of romantic comedies. So the chain … continue reading

BMC’s new ITSM focus: AIOps and multi-cloud

A decade ago, BMC’s Remedy was among the leading help desk and IT Service Management platforms. While it’s still a gold standard at many large organizations, it follows in the shadow of ServiceNow. Private equity firm Bain Equity led a leveraged buyout of BMC in 2013. Observers wondered if BMC could revive its fortunes and … continue reading

ITSM’s next wave: AI and machine learning

IT help desk technicians and administrators can’t move fast enough to keep up with the flood of tickets that are coming their way these days. The good news is that help is on the way. Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and predictive analytics, the ability to automate the resolution of IT … continue reading

Pure Storage and NVIDIA release AI-Ready Infrastructure AIRI

Pure Storage and NVIDIA are teaming up on enterprise artificial intelligence innovation. The companies announced AIRI, an AI-Ready Infrastructure solution at the GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley today. “AIRI has one mission: to bring AI-at-scale to every enterprise by shattering the barriers of infrastructure complexities encumbering organizations who aspire to be AI-first,” Matt Burr, … continue reading

Datadog Log Management is now available

Datadog has announced the release of Datadog Log Management. This will allow customers to monitor and analyze logs from all their systems, covering troubleshooting, auditing, visualization, and alerting. “All Datadog customers can now correlate infrastructure metrics and application traces with relevant logs for quicker detection of issues,” said Renaud Boutet, product director at Datadog. “This … continue reading

MIT researchers bring neural networks to mobile devices with new chip

MIT researchers are developing new chips to overcome modern technology problems. The researchers revealed a new chip designed to perform public-key encryption for the Internet of Things as well as a chip designed to reduce the power consumption of neural networks. Public-key encryption or cryptography enables computers to share information securely without needing a secret … continue reading

Former President of Intel introduces new chip maker company

A new chip maker, Ampere Computing, has launched this week with the intent of improving the cloud computing experience. Led by CEO Renee James, former president of Intel, the team consists of semiconductor and cloud computing experts. “We have an opportunity with cloud computing to take a fresh approach with products that are built to … continue reading

76 percent of CIOs say it could become impossible to manage digital performance, as IT complexity soars

Digital performance management company, Dynatrace, today announced the findings of an independent global survey of 800 CIOs, which reveals that 76% of organizations think IT complexity could soon make it impossible to manage digital performance efficiently. The study further highlights that IT complexity is growing exponentially; a single web or mobile transaction now crosses an average … continue reading

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