ONUG's AIOps Working Group was created to discuss how to manage data and control access for AIOps vendors.Sign up to participate
This working group explores different approaches to data collection, storage and access. The group is working to develop a framework for the exchange of data for AIOps vendors.
AIOps is the application of AI technology to streamline operational workflows and automate critical operations in hybrid, multi-cloud environments where scale and flexibility are outstripping the capabilities of human operators to keep pace in real-time.
Establishing a framework for the exchange of data for AIOps vendors is crucial to cost-effective implementations of AI in the enterprise. Without a framework, companies will find themselves reinventing the wheel for every customer, which increases cost and time to market
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