Two-thirds of US white-collar employees are working from home some or all of the time, according to a September 2021 Gallup survey – and of those, 91 percent hope to continue to do so even after the pandemic. In this Everywhere Workplace environment, a “bring your own device” (BYOD) policy is an appealing proposition for employees and IT departments alike, leading to an average annual savings of $350 per employee and a 34 percent increase in productivity.
Whether you’re using InfluxDB Cloud or InfluxDB OSS, the InfluxDB API provides a simple way to interact with your InfluxDB instance. The InfluxDB v2.0 API offers a unified approach to querying, writing data to, and assessing the health of your InfluxDB instances. Today we want to share a Postman project to help you use the API easily. Postman is “an API platform for building and using APIs”.
Artificial intelligence (AI) was highlighted as a key IT service management (ITSM) trend in 2021. IT organizations are beginning to employ various AI and machine learning techniques to enhance and improve IT service management processes. Because of the abundance of data generated by ITSM systems, applying machine learning to ITSM processes makes a lot of sense as it can provide IT professionals with a deeper understanding of their infrastructure and procedures.
For the next interview in our series speaking to technology and IT leaders around the world, we’ve welcomed experienced CIO and lead AI expert at BagsID, Erik Van Breusegem to share his thoughts on the current state of AI.
We use energy in many different ways in our lives, be it for lighting up our houses, running electronic appliances or as fuel in our vehicles. There are mainly two types of energy: renewable energy and non-renewable energy. Non-renewable energy includes fossil fuels like natural gas, petroleum and coal. However, these energy sources come from nature itself; it is impossible to renew them quickly. This means that these resources will become entirely exhausted in the upcoming years.
Watchdog is Datadog’s machine learning and AI engine, which leverages algorithms like anomaly detection to automatically surface performance issues in your infrastructure and applications. Without any manual setup or configuration, Watchdog generates a feed of Alerts—on anomalies such as latency spikes, elevated error rates, and network issues in cloud providers—to help you reduce your mean time to detection.