If you have been concerned about the network gap, then there have been a couple of interesting product announcements recently.
Welcome to the IT Infrastructure blog from Paul Bevan.
AIOps is a set of tools covering all elements of IT operations. Now, AIOps is in its angst-ridden teen years coming up against adult realities.
Multi-Cloud and new development and deployment technologies are forcing the pace of changes in the Hybrid Infrastructure Management market.
A single unified view of all your assets is a fundamental requirement for providing assurance about the effectiveness of your IT infrastructure.
The recent announcement of Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer means you can have a dedicated private cloud in your own datacentre.
The intention of Cisco to acquire Thousand Eyes could be seen as just another example of a consolidation in a fast growing but crowded market.
If high performance and availability of IT is critical for your business, not all IT monitoring and management solutions are born equal.
In an automated, as-a-Service consumption environment, the idea of “hands-on services” has become somewhat of an after-thought.
In the wake of Covid-19, there are really only two fundamental questions. How agile are my systems? And, how resilient are they?
While Paul Bevan belives that Park Place Technologies isn’t talking, out loud at least, about AIOps, he thinks they will soon be playing in that space.