OpsRamp, the service-centric AIOps platform for the modern enterprise, announced it’s a silver sponsor of the Gartner IT Infrastructure, Operations & Cloud Strategies Conference (IOCS) 2018. The company will demonstrate how enterprises can accelerate business transformation through a digital operations management platform that’s powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning.
The OpsRamp platform is currently run by over 1,400 organizations worldwide to monitor, manage and optimize any workload or service, whether on-premises or in the cloud. Most recently the company introduced OpsQ, the event management engine that uses advanced analytics and big data techniques to accelerate root-cause analysis and incident remediation.
“We feel the themes of Gartner IOCS are clearly focused on the future of IT infrastructure, IT operations and the overall agility and dexterity of the modern enterprise,” said Varma Kunaparaju, Chief Executive Officer of OpsRamp. “We’re excited to showcase the power of our multi-tenant SaaS solution and how it uses AIOps to help IT organizations work faster, act like a service provider to the business, and maintain reliable IT services even as their world is getting more complex.”
OpsRamp is the IT operations management platform for modern digital operations teams struggling with digital transformation. It combines auto-discovery of hybrid assets, infrastructure monitoring and management, and incident response powered by OpsQ. With OpsQ, IT operations teams can analyze IT event streams in real-time, extract meaningful insights from events for continuous improvement, drive faster deployments and better collaboration, and reduce downtime with proactive detection.
OpsRamp enables IT to control the chaos of managing their hybrid IT operations and act like a service provider back to the business. Built in the cloud, the OpsRamp service-centric AIOps platform drives total visibility across hybrid infrastructures, offers complete multi-cloud infrastructure monitoring and management of business-critical services, and optimizes services through automation and integration with ITSM and DevOps tools. Now enterprise IT can deliver IT operations as a service and power a digital operations command center that’s built for the challenges of modern, hybrid infrastructure.