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  • Understanding AIOps & Probable Root Cause Analysis
    Understanding AIOps & Probable Root Cause Analysis Robert Harper, Chief Scientist, Moogsoft & Richard Whitehead, Chief Evangelist, Moogsoft Recorded: Nov 15 2017 64 mins
    Despite decades of R&D dedicated to Root Cause Analysis — and counter to the claims of numerous technology vendors who claim to offer it — the traditional approach to RCA and concepts behind it have been flawed.

    Leading analysts like Gartner agree that Root Cause Analysis is still a people-dependent process. Furthermore, they recommend that ITOps leaders leverage machine learning technology to provide contextualized information across the production stack, understand similarity in events from the past, and accommodate human interaction so that the algorithms can learn from human behavior over time.

    Moogsoft’s unique Probable Root Cause is the first technique that can understand causality in unpredictable IT environments with a significant degree of certainty, and without reliance on a model.

    In this webinar recording, Moogsoft executives Richard Whitehead and Robert Harper discuss this innovative approach to Root Cause Analysis, and how it can change the way your operations teams address IT incidents.
  • 2017 AIOps Symposium Fireside Chat
    2017 AIOps Symposium Fireside Chat Kaylan Kumar, Chris Hindy, Mark Campbell, Eric Repec, Jason Kalich, Charles O'Keefe Recorded: Nov 14 2017 48 mins
    Six IT leaders from HCL, GoDaddy & others discuss enterprise cloud migration, the future of operations centers & much more. Moderated by Moogsoft Chief Evangelist Richard Whitehead,
    the closing session of Moogsoft’s 2017 AIOps Symposium brought together some of the sharpest minds in the IT Operations space for an intimate discussion about the issues facing enterprise ITOps and DevOps.

    This superstar panel covers the future of ITOA with regard to…

    •The Gartner-predicted shift from a “cloud-first” to a “cloud-only” strategy within 6 years, what that means to business customers and end users, and what needs to happen to make that reality;
    •What the enterprise operations center will look like in 2020;
    •The average number of management tools in any given operations organization’s portfolio, and how that will vary in the coming years;
    •And the evolution of the ITIL Service Desk over the next five years, especially given today’s world of continuous-integration and DevOps.


    •Kalyan Kumar, CTO, HCL Technologies
    •Chris Hindy, Empowered Networks
    •Mark Campbell, VP of Research & Innovation, Trace3
    •Eric Repec, Practice Manager, Technologent
    •Jason Kalich, CIO, GoDaddy
    •Charles O’Keefe, Finance Industry IT Veteran

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