Topic: operations

Who Owns the Industrial IoT Strategy: IT or OT?

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a transformative journey in manufacturing and industrial automation, redefining how industries operate and push the boundaries of efficiency. However, the question of who should own the IIoT strategy poses a challenge for many organizations. Should it fall under the jurisdiction of the Operations Technology (OT) team, or the … continue reading

Infrastructure and Operations predictions for 2024

Cloud migration. Reverse cloud migration. Cybersecurity. Risk and governance. These issues faced by organizations in 2023 will be exacerbated in 2024, yet emergent technologies will help solve or mitigate them. ITOps Times reached out to experts in the I&O space to get their thoughts on what 2024 will look like for IT professionals. Here are … continue reading

PagerDuty announces Status Pages to reduce support team burden

PagerDuty Status Pages is now generally available. The new integrated feature improves customer service, reduces the burden on support teams, and helps to eliminate complexity.  The feature provides visual, real-time insights into an organization’s operations and the status of incident resolution.  “In 2023, customer retention will be one of the biggest factors determining whether a … continue reading

2023 predictions for Infrastructure and Operations

The year that just was saw the rise in adoption of cloud-native technologies, a renewed effort in securing network systems and applications, as well as the huge volume increases in data being collected, stored and analyzed. What will 2023 bring? These industry experts weigh in with their thoughts. Chitra Balasubramanian, CFO, CircleCI Embrace curiosity and … continue reading

Gartner discovers top trends impacting infrastructure and operations for 2023

Today at the Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations and Cloud Strategies Conference, Gartner  announced the trends that will have a heightened impact on infrastructure and operations in 2023.  The first is secure Access Service Edge (SASE), a single-vendor product that works as an integrative service to enable digital transformation. SASE connects and secures customers, devices, and … continue reading

There’s a missing pillar in production operations — and it may be killing innovation

On-call is broken. It’s not a little broken. It’s really broken. We all take the current on-call experience for granted. It’s the way it’s always been. Most of us never stop and think about how expensive, manual, and error-prone on-call really is. That is, until a major outage sets your company back and damages trust … continue reading

GigaSpaces 15.2 comes with new DataOps functionality

The latest release of the in-memory real-time analytics processing platform GigaSpaces is now available. Version 15.2 aims to double performance, introduces the GigaOps Stack, and features improvements to data processing and analytics velocity, reliability and security. According to the company, the release focuses on delivering higher performance for read-intensive workloads, simpler operations to reduce management … 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

Google details how to apply SRE to monolith applications

Microservices are taking the software industry by storm, but that doesn’t mean monolithic applications are becoming extinct. While SRE is more commonly associated with modern architectures, Google is providing some insight into how enterprises can use SRE to manage their monoliths.  “When and why to choose monolithic architecture is usually a matter of what works … continue reading

O’Reilly Velocity: SRE is an opinionated implementation of DevOps

When Google first came up with the term Site Reliability Engineering, it stemmed from its own production growth and challenges. “SRE is what you get when you treat operations as if it’s a software problem. Our mission is to protect, provide for, and progress the software and systems behind all of Google’s public services — … continue reading

CA uses machine learning to give ITOps teams new insights

CA Technologies revealed a new advanced analytics solution at its second annual Built for Change Summit this week. The new solution is designed to help ITOps teams gain meaningful insights with minimal effort. The CA Digital Operational Intelligence solution uses machine learning to automatically ingest cross-domain data from IT operations tools. It is powered by … continue reading

Self-driving Ops: VMware’s vRealize to automate based on business intent

An upgrade of VMware’s vRealize Suite datacenter and cloud management tools slated for release next month will use predictive analytics to automate monitoring, provisioning and capacity utilization, based on the business intent of specific workloads. VMware’s vRealize Operations 6.7, a new release of the company’s datacenter and multi-cloud performance management tool, will introduce “self-driving operations” … continue reading

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