GUEST OPINION: Businesses that haven’t yet reached digital maturity will be challenged to meet rising customer expectations in an always-on digital world.
COMPANY NEWS: Software intelligence company Dynatrace today announced it has been named a leader in the 2022 GigaOm Radar for Cloud Observability Solutions. The report evaluated solution providers based on a range of key criteria, including technical capabilities, product roadmap, innovation, and ability to execute. GigaOm placed Dynatrace in its Leaders Circle because of its uniquely comprehensive approach, which combines deep and broad observability, continuous runtime application security, and advanced AIOps to deliver answers and intelligent automation from data in increasingly complex, cloud-native environments. In addition, GigaOm awarded Dynatrace the highest possible scores across all categories in the radar's key criteria for evaluating cloud observability solutions.
GUEST OPINION: If there has been one constant during the past few years, it's been the growing pace of technological change. Businesses have increasingly embraced cloud platforms, reconfigured network infrastructures to support remote workers, and deployed new security tools.
Developer for enterprises Monq Lab raises $1.5 million seed round led by Veeam co-founder Ratmir Timashev, which will fund marketing and sales expansion in North America and Europe and the Middle East.
GUEST OPINION: Key senior technology management from Extreme Networks, a cloud-driven networking vendor, today issued their 11 key predictions for 2022 providing advice to enterprises on trends in the year ahead for Zero Trust, blockchain, Wi-Fi, AIOps, cloud and 5G adoption.
What should developers prioritise in 2021 to adapt to a changing landscape? iTWire sought answers to this question from a variety of industry experts.
US based IT infrastructure monitoring company LogicMonitor is looking to further expansion in Asia-Pacific after a successful first year in Australia.
SPONSORED NEWS. As IT environments become increasingly complex, a growing number of enterprises are turning to artificial intelligence to enable autonomous operations, boost innovation, and offer new modes of customer engagement.
AIOps is a technology practice that is drawing lots of attention these days. While AIOps can improve the efficiency of your enterprise IT operations, you should be mindful that there is an easy way to do it and a hard way to do it.
ManageEngine's cloud-based performance monitoring system Site24x7 now offers AI-powered monitoring of Microsoft Azure services, along with chatbot integration with Microsoft Teams.
AIOps. It's not the latest buzzword, but the use of "advanced algorithms and AI techniques for analysing big data from various IT and business operations tools, to speed service delivery, increase IT efficiency and deliver a superior user experience".
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