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How & Why AIOps Will Impact Your Enterprise AI Strategy

Date: Dec 5, 2019
Time: 03:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time Asia/Kolkata
LOCATION: Webinar

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About the Webinar

AIOps, the convergence of AI and traditional IT operations, is gearing up to become the next big thing in IT management. When the power of AI is applied to IT operations, it will redefine the way enterprise infrastructure is managed. Traditionally, the complex IT deployment landscape hampers the connection between task executions and business outcomes. Additionally, multiple monitoring tools and non-standard reporting make it difficult to diagnose the root cause of issues. This makes enterprises react to various scenarios, impeding their overall productivity and efficiency.

What enterprises need is to be able to predict incidents before they hinder business performance with an intelligent diagnosis system that allows quick resolution. This is where AIOps steps in. Join this webinar to learn how AIOps empowers enterprises to become truly digital.

Speakers

Rich Lane

Senior Analyst Serving Infrastructure & Operations Professionals, Forrester

Rich serves infrastructure and operations (I&O) professionals as a Forrester analyst. His expertise focuses on operations intelligence, including advanced analytics, machine learning, and AI-related techniques for enterprise, application, infrastructure, and services performance monitoring and management, service delivery, and business insights. He has a passion for how automation and machine learning can free I&O practitioners from traditional maintenance and incident management activities, so they can spend their time making IT services more valuable for the business.

Jasdeep Singh Kaler

Global Product Head – Infosys Nia, EdgeVerve

Jasdeep is the Global Product Head of Nia (Infosys Nia is a purposeful Artificial Intelligence Platform) and is very passionate about business agility and lean product development. His current area of interest focuses on industrializing AI and improving the speed at which the value of AI is delivered in enterprises. He has been part of XBRL International Abstract Modelling Task Force and has few patents in his name.