Companies are increasingly embracing new systems, services and processes to increase business opportunities. IT operations (ITOps) teams are usually responsible for these new IT assets. Responsibility that comes on top of tasks like managing legacy IT. As a result, companies rely on ITOps more than ever before, which does not always maximise the success of projects. Automation will support Ops teams and increase the efficiency of systems and processes. This will benefit the entire organisation.
AIOps supports this automation and improvement, explains Splunk in a white paper. AIOps examines big data with analytics and machine learning to identify patterns in networks and machines. Employees do not always notice those patterns. As a result, the causes of current problems can be found, but possible future events can also be predicted.
Ultimately, AIOps delivers several benefits. Splunk’s guide explains why it is the right time for your company to actually embrace AIOps.