Service incidents are unavoidable in today’s complex and dynamic IT environments. They can cause significant disruption to business operations, customer satisfaction, and revenue. However, many organizations are still struggling to manage service incidents effectively. Here, we will explore some of the common challenges faced by ITOps team and how HEAL, an AI-powered tool, can help conquer them.
Your device pings, signaling another tech alert. Before you can address it, two more chime in. We all know the feeling. In today’s digital world, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of notifications we receive. But what if there was a smarter way to handle them?
Machine Learning (ML) for Root Cause Analysis (RCA) is the state-of-the-art application of algorithms and statistical models to identify the underlying reasons for issues within a system or process. Rather than relying solely on human intervention or time-consuming manual investigations, ML automates and enhances the process of identifying the root cause.
There are many instances in our lives where we are stuck in issues and try to understand what caused them. Our initial thoughts are to identify the reason and the cause. We aim to trace the issue back to the origin and try to address them from where it all started. Just like, when we get common cold, we try to figure out where we contracted it. Was it the late-night smoothie or exposure to someone with COVID symptoms? We never know until we figure out.
Ever been jolted awake by a midnight alarm because some server decided to take a sudden break? If you’ve been in IT operations, you know this isn’t just about fixing a problem; it’s about understanding and fixing it. Think of a favorite detective show, the detective is not just identifying the culprit, they are aiming to unravel the mystery “who done it?” and understand the motive.
With the recent advancements in technology and online digital services have transformed the way the banks work. Decades ago, banks used to handle everything on paper and the services opted for were very limited. Services were not unified, and account holders were forced to visit the bank even for small number of deposits or withdrawals or just to raise concerns. Today, technology has penetrated almost every industry and the banking sector is no exception to this undeniable reality.