Gartner Report: IT Operations Analytics Must be Placed within an AIOps Context

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Stores of operational data are providing immense value to IT Ops teams managing things like availability and performance monitoring. But as business becomes more digitized, domain-specific approaches are becoming less effective. Companies are beginning to realize the value that can come from sharing these insights more broadly across the business.

In this report, Gartner Research Vice President Will Cappelli explains why IT leaders must extend the application of big data and machine-assisted analytics beyond availability and performance monitoring to the whole of IT operations – what Gartner calls Algorithmic IT Operations, or AIOps. Doing so will allow better integration of ITOM as a whole, and enable cooperation between operations and other parts of IT and the business.

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IT Operations Analytics Must Be Placed Within an AIOps Context | Will Cappelli | 26 August 2016

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