Category: AIOps

Workload-aware and automated: HPE’s latest play for hybrid storage

Workload-aware and automated: HPE’s latest play for hybrid storage

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As the enterprise embraces hybrid cloud, it must also come to understand the impact of hybrid storage. In today’s world of enterprise computing, data is stored in many different environments — on-premises, in public clouds and private clouds. This means information technology vendors must ensure underlying storage architectures have an increasingly robust set of services close to […]

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The new rules for monitoring hectic modern IT Ops

The new rules for monitoring hectic modern IT Ops

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The new cloud-computing environments may be lighter and less clunky than older information technology systems. But they’re not necessarily less complex. They’re made of many compounded services and abstraction layers. They require a new set of binoculars to monitor the busy, ephemeral goings-on inside them. The key is to shift from monitoring devices or nodes to […]

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In ‘Lord of the Infrastructure,’ one solution does not rule all at Cisco

In ‘Lord of the Infrastructure,’ one solution does not rule all at Cisco

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It would be a dream scenario if a “single pane of glass” truly existed for information technology managers to closely monitor every aspect of the enterprise infrastructure. It’s still a dream, which is why Cisco Systems Inc. and ScienceLogic Inc. have both learned a great deal from their 10-year partnership to support infrastructure monitoring in […]

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