Chatbots in 2020 will be an interesting trend to look out for. This is primarily because research and development in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning is changing the way we use Internet. A recent article claims that 80% of the companies will use chatbots by the year 2020. Business enterprises are gradually waking up to the fact that bots can contribute to process efficiencies.
Having completed a series of twelve Lighthouse Roadshow events across Europe and North America over the past six months, I’ve had time to reflect on what I’ve learnt about the rapid growth of the Kubernetes ecosystem, the importance of community and my personal development.
…and how to fix them! We’ve asked our team of Talend experts to compile this top ten list of their biggest bugbears when it comes to jobs they see in the wild – and here it is!
Hypervisor-based server virtualization is widely used in hybrid IT environments for better infrastructure utilization, improved disaster recovery, and considerable cost savings. Given the complexities involved in managing virtualized environments, IT teams need the right insights for virtual resource monitoring so that they can address performance issues quickly.
Splunk IT Service Intelligence (ITSI) Event Analytics is responsible for ingesting events from multiple data sources and creating and managing notable events. A “notable event” is an enriched event containing metadata to help you investigate issues in your IT environment. Event Analytics is equipped to handle “event storms," or huge numbers of events coming in at once.
As a newly hired cybersecurity analyst, you’re excited to start vanquishing threats and thwarting bad guys in their tracks. You’re armed with the latest shiny security tools and raring to go – those hackers don’t stand a chance. Unfortunately, nobody told you that at least half the alerts (or more) you will address will be false alarms. Commonly termed false positives, they will bog you down for 30 minutes (if you’re fast), shamelessly wasting your time and skills.
In this episode of our Stay Tuned with Opsani podcast, we had a chance to speak with Evgeny Shvarov about Docker. Shvarov is a Community Manager at InterSystems, a data platform company and vendor of software systems and technologies. InterSystems recently released a new product, the IRIS Data Platform, that helps in rapidly developing and deploying important applications.
If you’ve deployed an IoT solution, you’ve had to decide where, and how, to store all your data. At least from my perspective, the best and easiest place to store the sensor data is, of course, InfluxDB. My saying that can’t come as a surprise to you. But what about the other data you need to store? The data about the sensors? Things like the sensor manufacturer, the date it was placed into service, the customer ID, what kind of platform it’s running on.
Recently, we sat down with Adam Baldwin, VP of Security at npm, to discuss his approach to security and what he’s learned as far as security goes throughout his career. We wanted to share the insights that came out of our conversation.
The American magazine “Fortune” specializes in global banking, business and finance… What does it have to do with monitoring? Well, in one of its annual lists, the Fortune 100 (the largest companies on the planet), 92 companies use Splunk software… If we compare by volume of money, yes, Splunk would be the best software and that’s where this article would end.