How to Adopt an AIOps Strategy: CA Interview with Chris Kline

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CA Technologies’ Chris Kline shares how to adopt an AIOps strategy in a DevOps world. Chris shares how AIOps enables a move away from siloed operations management and provides intelligent insights that drives automation and collaboration for continuous improvement. Since AIOps leverages big data, data analytics and machine learning to provide insight and enable a higher level of automation, no longer does IT Ops need to depend extensively on human operators for the management tasks that modern infrastructure and software require.
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