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The Pragmatic Buyer's Guide to AIOps Platforms

It’s been said hundreds of times: in the digital era, customers tolerate no downtime. IT operations teams must keep systems running 24x7x365, as the price of downtime is steep. According to Gartner, in 2014, organizations lost $5,600 per minute of downtime, which worked out to well over $300,000 per hour. Today, it’s likely higher, as organizations increasingly rely on technology to power revenue-generating business services.

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The results of our 2019 "Future of Monitoring and AIOps" survey are in

IT operations is at a crossroads. The increasing complexity of IT infrastructure and software is challenging IT teams and the business. So this year we decided to focus our survey on what IT Ops execs, managers and practitioners think about the current state of their operations, the future of their systems and the role automation and AIOps might play in their transformation.

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CIO Dive Playbook: AIOps Brings Calm to Overwhelmed IT Ops Teams

Much has been said about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already proving its ability to transform business, as well as the way most people live. In fact, according to Accenture’s “ExplAIned: A Guide for Executives,” AI is on par with such life-changing innovations as electricity and the internal combustion engine, and is no longer science fiction.

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Ease Your AWS Migration with AIOps

As enterprise cloud migrations accelerate, AWS continues to be a clear and compelling choice for digitally-transforming organizations. And while cloud-based operations are faster, innovative, reliable and cost-effective – they pose new, growing challenges for IT Ops, NOC and DevOps teams. With cloud-based operations, IT organizations now need to minimize outages and disruptions across different architectures and workloads.

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Is AIOps the solution for noise reduction?

ITOps teams are challenged today like never before, overwhelmed by IT noise and constantly fighting fires. And for the business this often means higher operating costs, performance and availability issues, and risks to enterprise digital initiatives. So what’s an IT Ops guy/gal gotta do? Well, lately there’s been talk about “a new sheriff in town” that claims to be able to solve this challenge, and its name is AIOps.

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APM goes AIOps, and the market is somewhat confused

The definition for APM (Application Performance Management) has evolved greatly over the past years. It has moved from specifically referring to the monitoring of an application’s experience, its code and the timing of its different building blocks, to a broader term that is used for anything related to the performance of the app. It also often includes all the related monitoring, log management and more.

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Implementing AIOps - Revolution Or Evolution

The underlying infrastructures behind IT systems have become complex and overloaded. A single incident in today’s IT stack can shut down large chunks of a business and cost it millions – or even billions. Because of that, many businesses consider implementing AIOps in their IT operations an important part of their future.