Topic: itops

Red Hat: Culture change and automation are necessary to create DevOps and SRE teams

In order to bring more effective operational practices, DevOps and site reliability engineering (SRE) teams need to go through a culture change within the organization. Red Hat held its virtual summit this week where it talked about how to reinvent IT Ops as SRE.  According to the company, change can happen by automating processes and … continue reading

Report: IT spending still increasing despite COVID-19 pandemic

Enterprise IT organizations are still accelerating or maintaining their digital transformation initiatives during the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent report found 58% of IT leaders expected to significantly or moderately increase annual technology budgets. Additionally, 73% of IT operations and DevOps team leaders are finding value in their digital products and services during this time.  The … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Keycloak

Keycloak is an open-source identity and access management solution for modern applications and services. The project is sponsored by Red Hat and designed to provide authentication to applications and services with minimum work.  The project’s features include: Single-sign on LDAP and active directory Clustering Standard protocols Social login Themes to customize the look and feel … continue reading

VMware releases self-driving operations system vRealize Operations Cloud

VMware has announced its self-driving operations system is now available as a software as a service (SaaS) solution. According to the company, VMware vRealize Operations Cloud is designed to improve operational agility, scale, speed and flexibility.  “Enterprises in every stage of their cloud journey are looking for operations solutions that are purpose-built for cloud and … continue reading

SysAid unveils drag-and-drop process builder for IT admins

IT and enterprise service management solution provider SysAid has announced the release of Workflow Designer, a drag-and-drop process builder for building and modifying workflows. According to the company, process managers with no formal training, coding experience or technical expertise will be able to easily create workflows on the fly. This ability can help increase IT admin … continue reading

How businesses can adapt to support remote work for COVID-19 and beyond

COVID-19 is not only quickly spreading across the globe, but it is infiltrating businesses, causing them to clear out their buildings and bring workers online. Unfortunately, most of these businesses are not prepared to handle remote work and the risks that come along with it.  While businesses should have disaster recovery and business continuity plans … continue reading

IEEE releases International Network Generations Roadmap

In order to prepare for the next generation of networks the IEEE along with the Future Networks Initiative has announced the IEEE International Network Generations Roadmap (INGR), First Edition. The INGR is designed to identify trends and reduce technical and engineering risks associated with developing and deploying next generation networks through 2030.  “The International Network … continue reading

Into the Looking Glass: Where IoT, cloud computing and automation are headed in 2020 and beyond

The end of a decade presents a unique opportunity for organizations to evaluate and measure the impact of past technology initiatives, and to plan for those to come in the future. Many modern enterprises have taken advantage of IoT, automation and cloud computing to stand out against competitors in recent years. Will these be in … 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

Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies Conference

Gartner IOCS: Automation.ai, NetEnrich’s AI-driven solutions, and Apstra’s Network Operating System upgrades

The Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies Conference 2019 kicked off in Las Vegas this week bringing together thought leaders and attendees to navigate the evolution of IT Ops. “The ground is shifting for IT infrastructure and operations (I&O). The adoption of fast-moving technologies and methodologies — from cloud, edge computing and the Internet … continue reading

A view of the future of I&O

No area of IT has been impacted more than infrastructure and operations in the past 20 years. Gartner analysts made that statement, and spoke about how I&O can change in the next five years to go from a “serve and protect” defensive posture to one that drives business innovation and value, at the analysis firm’s … continue reading

VMware's Pulse IoT Center's hands-on lab is now available

VMware tackles IoT gateway on-boarding and registration in the Pulse IoT Center

VMware is updating its Pulse IoT Center to help organizations accelerate their digital transformations and scale IoT deployments. The Pulse IoT Center provides a vendor-neutral edge management infrastructure platform that enables organizations to manage devices and apps on any cloud. Pulse IoT Center 2.0 was released in April, and these updates build upon that release. … continue reading

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