So, what’s the Software Storm? What is AIOps? And why is AIOps an unconditional requirement in the Software Storm?
In this video, AIMS CEO Ivar Sagemo introduces the Software Storm and its impacts on integrated systems. He explains why CIOs are adopting AIOps (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations) to not only cope with complexity, but also to gain deep insight and drive competitive advantage.
First of all, the Software Storm is a result of three forces converging at the same time.
Firstly, there's a hyper-adoption of technology across businesses. Second, it's now the business side of organizations that drive adoption, and thirdly, all technologies are now hyper connected, meaning that they are all interdependent. With a small change in one system, can have ripple effect that brings down your business.
So, it's a digital version of the perfect storm that happens in nature, or an earthquake. One tiny change in the system far away, could be via supplier's IT system could technically with rippling effect bring down your business.
AIOps is about using artificial intelligence or algorithms or machine learning to identify signals that could have ripple effects through these complex systems that could bring down your business. To use AI in IT operations to solve the problem where traditional solutions using a traditional monitoring will not work.
So that's the software storm and that's why AIOps is a requirement in that situation.
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