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Many ITOps organizations struggle to keep up with the increasing demand from new apps, IoT, and the desire to achieve a digital transformation or cloud migration.
As the scale of operations at IT organizations grow, ITOps must work smarter to deliver the most value with the limited resources at their disposal.
Attend this webinar presented by ITPro Today and sponsored by Nutanix to learn how savvy enterprises are leveraging AI and machine learning to automate critical ITOps functions and help alleviate the tool sprawl that has become so commonplace today.
Our panel of experts will discuss:
- Why ITOps is becoming an area of competitive advantage for IT infrastructure teams
- ITOps Application and database sprawl
- Best practices for managing IT infrastructure at scale
- Reducing manual effort to alleviate talent shortages
- How AIOps eases challenges of hybrid environments
- Leveraging AIOps to reduce service outages
Register now for this webinar and bring your questions for our panel to discuss during the Q&A following the presentation.
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Michael Krieger, CEO, MRK Technology Marketing
Michael is a 40+ year technology and marketing veteran with managerial and executive experience in IT, product management, product marketing, market research and analysis. In 2008 he founded MRK, a San Francisco Bay area marketing consultancy that focuses on technology, legal and biotech products.
Before launching MRK, Michael spent over a decade as VP of Ziff Davis Market Experts, providing ideation, creation and delivery of integrated marketing offerings for Ziff’s largest clients.
He has held worldwide marketing roles for Hitachi Data Systems, AST and cloud pioneer FutureLink, one of the first ASPs offering virtual desktop services to a global audience of IT and LOB constituents.
Mayank Gupta, Sr. Product Marketing Manager at Nutanix
Mayank leads the Product Marketing for the HCI core OS and management platform for Nutanix.Before joining Nutanix, he was working for the Datacenter group at Intel. He has over 15 years of experience in the Compute and Storage space.