How AIOps platforms, like Operations Bridge, help your business

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Michael Procopio - Micro Focus, Wes Cooper - Micro Focus and Alan Humphrey - Micro Focus

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If data is king, then you had better make sure you collect ALL data types, right? How slow are the DB calls? Is your container host strangled? Are those VMs saturated? Is the quality of service from your cloud vendor random? These issues can and will impact your business. Collect Once - Store Once (COSO), our intelligent data lake, ensures that your precious data lives in one place, enabling you to do great things with it. In this session, we’ll look at some of the new features that do this in OpsBridge 2019.02: • See why OpsBridge has been awarded leader status by EMA for advanced IT analytics, and a gold medal by InfoTech for APM, amongst others • Learn what COSO really is and how you can use BYOBI tools to exploit what it governs • Watch short demos to see these new features in action. Presenters: Michael Procopio, Product Marketing Manager, Micro Focus Wes Cooper, Product Marketing Manager, Micro Focus Alan Humphrey, IT Operations Account Executive, Micro Focus

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