Business processes continue to evolve. The key drivers of this evolution are technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, as well as data management solutions provided by cloud software.
In order to succeed in today’s dynamic business world, staying ahead of the curve in these technologies is very important. Therefore, one of the market leaders in software-defined IT operations, Zenoss, is hosting an on-demand webinar on the key trends in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and cloud management.
Zenoss works with some of the world’s largest organizations to ensure their IT services and applications are always on. The company’s solutions uniquely collect all types of machine data, building real-time IT service models that train machine learning algorithms to predict and eliminate outages in hybrid IT environments, dramatically reducing downtime and IT spend.
The webinar is titled “Key Trends in Machine Learning, AI and Cloud: Leveraging Modern Technologies to Reduce the Risk of Digital Transformation.” You can register online for this webinar by clicking here.
In this webinar, Gohring shares insights into the adoption and growing interest in machine learning and the impact of cloud computing on machine learning and AI. Some of the key topics to be covered in this webinar are:
- Digital transformation, Fast IT, and the rampant risks
- Trends for ML and AI and the impact they have on IT
- Cloud computing and its implications for observability
- Contextualizing all data for faster, safer IT
Gohring is an industry analyst specializing in application and infrastructure monitoring, log management and analytics, and performance testing. She is the former Editor-in-Chief for the Fierce Markets Enterprise IT newsletters, including Fierce CIO, Fierce Big Data, Fierce Mobile IT, Fierce IT Security, Fierce Enterprise Communications and Fierce Content Management. She has over ten years of journalism experience with clips from the New York Times, the Seattle Times, Wired, the Dallas Morning News, Macworld, PC World, and other high-profile outlets and has been featured in the New York Times, the New York Post, NPR and on CNN as a wireless expert.