Transform your IT Operations with AIOps on AWS

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As more organizations move to cloud-based application deployment and microservices architectures to scale their businesses, applications increasingly have become distributed. IT operations professionals and developers need more automated practices to maintain application availability and reduce the time and effort required to detect, debug and resolve operational issues.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how you can leverage a fully managed AIOps solution from AWS to detect, diagnose and remedy anomalous application behavior. You will learn:

  • Why AWS' AI/ML portfolio is well-suited for Ops and DevOps
  • How you can deploy an AIOps solution from AWS
  • How to quickly diagnose and remediate issues to reduce MTTR
Adnan Bilwani
Sr. Specialist Builder Experience - AWS
Head of AI DevOps - AWS
Head of AI DevOps - AWS
Head of AI DevOps - AWS
Bobby Hallahan
Sr. Specialist SA Observability - AWS
Sr. Specialist SA Observability - AWS
Sr. Specialist SA Observability - AWS
Sr. Specialist SA Observability - AWS

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