AIOps Trends

What is AiOps?

AiOps stands for “Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations.” It is the multi-layered technology framework created to improve both the speed and efficiency of IT operations through algorithmic and human intelligence. Here are the 5 AIOps trends that we’ve noticed in 2020 so far.

1. Detect Serious Issues

At one point, the system will be able to detect and recognize issues that could lead to more serious problems and fix them without any sort of human involvement. 

2. Better Collaboration Among DevOps Teams

Collaboration between teams is something companies look to improve all the time. AiOps will provide an overview on cross-team functionality, performance as well as the status of the infrastructure. AiOps will have the capability to intake enormous amounts of data and pull out all the noise, pinpointing issues across your CI/CD toolchain, resulting in early detection and resolution of potential problems. 

3. DevOps Automation 

In DevOps, automation is key to move large amounts of data/code around from one stage to the next. As data is increasingly becoming more complex, volatile, and noisy, AIOps’ role will increasingly become necessary. Without AIOps implemented in the DevOps Automation process, we will not be able to achieve maximum efficiency. 

4. New Skill and Job Opportunities

DevOps teams continue to take full advantage of  AiOps, leading to the full automation of many procedures and processes. In turn, this development is fuelling a demand for people with the right training and skills to improve the AiOps process. 

For example, there will need to be an AiOps Architect that is in charge of implementing new algorithms for controlling the Ai platforms. 

5. IT Leaders Will Take Note of AiOps

According to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Semiannual Cognitive Artificial Intelligence Systems Spending Guide, spending on cognitive and AI systems will reach $77.6 billion in 2022. As the amount of data is increasing at a surging rate, AiOps is poised for adoption across various sectors. This will result in improved performance, more savings, and bigger bottom line.   

 

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