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SWAT Explains: Watson AIOps - Runbook Automation

In this video the developers of IBM Runbook Automation: Sebastian and Andreas, introduce IBM Runbook Automation as part of the Watson AIOps product set. We will explain the concepts and show in a demo how to create a first manual Runbook. This Runbook will then be enhanced to become semi...


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Watson AIOps - Event Manager, Noise Reduction, Part 1

Hi, we have just released a new video on "SWAT explains: Watson AIOps" In this video Zane and I want to discuss the "Watson AIOps - Event Manager" noise reduction capabilities. We will position Event Manager within the IBM Watson AIOps portfolio and then deep dive into the bits and pieces....

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SWAT Explains: Watson AIOps - Metric Manager

This is a video the SWAT team has created to introduce and show what makes Watson AIOps - Metric Manager . Jason sets the scene and then takes us through the bits and pieces that make the solution. He talks about integration of monitoring data, how the data gets processed, the AI capabilities...

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SWAT explains: Watson AIOps - Topology Manager

Hi community, this is an Introduction and Overview video into a part IBM Watson AIOps which is called Topology Manager. It is included in the portfolio as a supporting program and does not need to be licensed separately. So you have it already, when you buy Watson AIOps. In this video Zane...

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Flying to the Moon from the Backroom — Mission Control

I've just published the latest in my series of articles on SRE lessons from the Lunar Landing... in this article I discuss some of the work done by flight controllers in Mission Control, their difficulties and how we'd approach this problem today. Here's a hint - AIOps, specifically Cloud Pak...

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Watson AIOps : AI for IT Operations Management

At first, there were distributed computing systems, next, there were fault-tolerant systems, then, autonomic computing, and now, AI Operations. Someone once said that there is nothing new in Computer Science and that the same concepts keep coming back every few years. It’s like old wine being...

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What's New ! Log Anomaly Detection by AI-Manager in Watson AI-Ops

This article showcase the Log Anomaly detection capability of AI-Manager in Watson AI-Ops using LogDNA and BookInfo app. The article is based on the the following RedHat OpenShift 4.5 on IBM Cloud (ROKS) Watson AI-Ops 2.1 Overview Here is the architecture and flow of Watson AI...

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AIOps: A Path to Reliability at Cloud Scale

How to address service reliability pain points, accelerate incident resolution and enhance service reliability with AIOps. #Highlights-home #Highlights #AI #DevOps #managment #automation #AIOps #Highlights #Highlights-home


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Have you considered AI fusion in your operations - part 4?

In part 3 , you realized the following: How many experts are needed to identify the following? Solution architecture/topology The resources required for each transaction The key performance indicators for each resource The key log messages for each resource The threshold for...

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Have you considered AI fusion in your operations? part 3

In part 2 , I provided the sub-activities of the Identify activity. In this blog post, I will take a deeper dive into the various sub-activities of the Identify activity. I will elaborate further on the Identify Metrics and Identify Threshold sub-activities of the Identify activity. For you...

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