[OpsComm May] Continuing the AIOps Momentum with the Summer 2019 Release and State of AIOps Report

May 2019 saw the announcement of our latest SaaS platform update - The OpsRamp Summer 2019 release which delivers several new AIOps innovations like OpsQ Observed mode, Topology context capabilities, out-of-the-box Kubernetes dashboards and an array of other features.  We also launched our latest AIOps report - The State Of AIOps which gives deeper insights on how AIOps is being used by enterprises in IT today. And all the while, we were controlling the chaos at two major tech events. Here is a snapshot of the best highlights from the month of May.

#1 - OpsRamp’s State of AIOps Report Reveals Fascinating Insights on AIOps Effectiveness

Following the well-received AIOps Adoption report which explored the key reasons for AIOps adoption in the enterprise, we released our inaugural  State of AIOps report. The report offers an impactful assessment of how IT leaders are actually selecting, implementing and, realizing value from AIOps tools. 200+ IT leaders from companies with at least 500 employees took the State of AIOps survey, and 100% of our respondents had actually implemented AIOps in their organizations. The report garnered the attention of several media publications like the Wall Street Journal, The New Stack,  Jaxenter, DevOps.com and more. Analyst Kurt Marko wrote an excellent piece on the report for Diginomica. Jordan Sher, Director of Corporate Marketing, captures all the coverage here. Download the entire report here.

2019 State of AIOps Report

#2 - OpsRamp’s Summer 2019 Release - Reliable, Accurate AIOps insights with OpsQ’s Observed Mode

Our State of AIOps Report indicated that 67% of respondents have concerns about the relevance, reliability of the insights from AIOps tools. That’s why our Summer Release includes OpsQ Observed Mode, which ensures greater transparency into machine learning models for performance analysis by letting IT teams access the power of AIOps recommendations in shadow mode. OpsQ Observed Mode builds trust and confidence in how machine learning algorithms can surface relevant insights for recognizing, repairing, and fixing problems with actionable insights. Other exciting new features include out-of-the-box Kubernetes dashboards, Cloud Topology for AWS and more. ITOps Times reviewed the features here. DevOpsonline.co.uk talks about how DevOps teams will benefit from greater AIOps insights in this article about the Summer 2019 release. Read all about what’s new here.

Summer 2019 Release

#3 - Webinar - Bringing AIOps to IT Operations and Service Management

Jordan Sher and Solutions Strategist Curt Thorin hosted a webinar ‘The State of AIOps For Incident Management & Beyond’. They reviewed the findings of our State of AIOps report and discussed how machine learning is delivering more proactive monitoring, alert management, and incident remediation for both service management and digital operations teams. Here are a few live tweets from the webinar. You can also check out the slides from the webinar in this Slideshare. In case you missed the webinar, you can download it here.

On-Demand Webinar by Jordan Sher and Curt Thorin

#4 - OpsRamp in the Field - ServiceNow  Knowledge 2019 and Ivanti Interchange 2019

OpsRamp was a bronze sponsor at ServiceNow’s Knowledge 2019, demonstrating how enterprises can integrate hybrid enterprise monitoring and AIOps into their ServiceNow practice. Here are some of the best moments from the event. Also, Denny Riley, Global VP, Channel, and Todd Slade, Sr. Account Executive, were at Ivanti Interchange where we debuted our newest integration for Ivanti ITSM.

OpsRamp in the Field

#5 - Carousel Industries - Saving On Operational Costs Through AIOps With OpsRamp

Read our latest success story on how Carousel Industries, a large, global Managed Service Provider, was able to build an Enterprise Command Center and gain real-time incident management capabilities for legacy and modern workloads with OpsRamp.

OpsRamp Success Story

#6 - OpsRamp In The News

OpsRamp’s leaders continued to contribute several thought leadership articles to the industry. Bhanu Singh, SVP Engineering wrote for Apptio’s Emerge blog on Digital Transformation. Mahesh Ramachandran, VP of Product wrote for the Enterprisers Project on 10 valuable cloud computing certifications.

What’s Next?

Catch up with our CEO/Co-Founder Varma Kunaparaju who will be speaking at Trace 3’s ‘AI in Enterprise IT’ event on June 11. OpsRamp will also be showcasing as a bronze sponsor at HPE Discover 2019 on June 18 - 20 and at the CloudEXPO Silicon Valley on June 24-26. If you’re planning to be there, stop by our booth and learn more about the world's first service-centric AIOps platform. Mandy Truong, Marketing Manager, writes about our field presence here.

Next Steps:

Summer Release 2019 OpsRamp Webinar


Recommended posts