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Demystifying AIOps

Submitted by Jayesh Bapu Ahire (@jbahire) via Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) on Wednesday, 7 August 2019

Category: Automation Section: Birds of Feather (BOF) session Status: Confirmed

Abstract

For years, IT has struggled to keep the lights on. Now that businesses are aggressively pursuing digital transformation, that battle is becoming even more difficult. The number of applications and services is exploding. Changes are now measured in seconds or minutes, instead of months or years. Approaches such as DevOps are driving this acceleration – but, unless IT operations can keep up, digitalization will inevitably hit a brick wall.

So, here’s the question. How do IT operations keep pace? How does it rise above today’s siloed IT environment, breaking down barriers and automating processes in the same way that DevOps does?

AIOps is the answer. (Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations). AIOps uses machine learning to automatically detect, diagnose, and even remediate IT service issues in real-time. That means you resolve service issues quickly and accurately – and it takes far less effort. As it evolves, AIOps will intelligently automate a wide set of IT processes, delivering benefits across the entire operational lifecycle. Instead of struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of IT operations, you now leverage machines to stay ahead of the curve. AIOps streamlines and strengthens IT operations, in the same way, that continuous integration and deployment powers DevOps.

Outline

  1. Themes
    - Introduce the topic
    - Problems with DevOps and ITOA
    - What AIOps provides?
    - How AIOps can serve as solution for existing problems?
    - Existing Tools
    - War Stories

  2. Who should attend this BOF?
    Developers, Operators, SREs, System Administrators

  3. What will be the takeaway for participants?
    Participant will get to know how the modern AI approach can help us solve problems in traditional devops lifecycles and ITOA we face every day.

Requirements

  1. Knowledge of DevOps and ITOA.

Speaker bio

Jayesh Bapu Ahire is an organizer of the Pune Elasticsearch User Group and co-organizer of Pune Developers Community. Jayesh is an AI Researcher doing research on NTM’s and Distributed Neural Computers with renowned universities. He is a cloud consultant and will be launching his startup in the FinTech domain by this year-end. Jayesh has authored books on Neural Networks, Reinforcement Learning, and Simulation Hypothesis. He writes a technical blog and his articles are published in many renowned publications. He has been awarded a title of Twilio Champion by Twilio and Most Valuable Blogger by Dzone.

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Slides

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1v4aesDT9kVhUByavN9akbVKNd1Pk0YwvFN4uUpz9TPE/edit?usp=sharing

Comments

  •   Anwesha Sarkar (@anweshaalt) Reviewer 3 months ago

    Hello Jayesh,

    Here are the feedback from today’s rehearsal:

    1. The agenda slide can be avoided.
    2. Include an introduction slide introducing the speaker.
    3. The speaker needs to pace the talk down.
    4. The speaker was shaky.
    5. More pictorial representation would be good.
    6. The presentation talks about theory but lacks the real life stories.
    7. There are many terminologies which are being discussed all through the talk, there should be a separate slide explaining them.
    8. The link of your ebook on AIOPS needs to be added at the end slide.
    9. The speakers seems tired at the end of the talk.
    10. Include war stories.
    11. Demo should be pre recorded.
    12. Include an end slide having your contact credentials.
    13. Include a take away slide.
    14. The talk needs to restructured.
    15. Explain the problem you were trying to solve.
    16. Why did you go for AIOPS?
    17. Name the other organizations going for AIOPS?
    18. What are the loose ends of AIOPS?
    19. Is there any open source substitute of this product? Mention them.

    I have scheduled your rehearsal on 16th October, 2019 at 6pm. See you there with a restructed talk.

    Regards,
    Anwesha

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