VIDEO: AI For IT-Operations: How To Classify, Train & Escalate Alerts From SCOM

VIDEO: AI For IT-Operations: How To Classify, Train & Escalate Alerts From SCOM

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?

The evergrowing amount of devices to be monitored in combination with high availability requirements makes it more urgent to review internal processes.

Introducing machine learned automation involves short-handed removal of manual processes that can be performed by a machine according to predetermined consistent routines.

In this webinar you will get an introduction and real world scenario how to:

  • Use pre-actions to classify and enrich your alert data
  • Train a machine learning model
  • Escalate to different channels depending on the predicted destination
  • Integration to ServiceNow with a bi-directional connector
  • Tag and analyze your escalated alerts
Join Our Webcast With Approved: AI For IT-Operations: How To Classify, Train & Escalate Alerts From SCOM

Join Our Webcast With Approved: AI For IT-Operations: How To Classify, Train & Escalate Alerts From SCOM

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT?

The evergrowing amount of devices to be monitored in combination with high availability requirements makes it more urgent to review internal processes.

Introducing machine learned automation involves short-handed removal of manual processes that can be performed by a machine according to predetermined consistent routines.

In this webinar you will get an introduction and real world scenario how to:

  • Use pre-actions to classify and enrich your alert data
  • Train a machine learning model
  • Escalate to different channels depending on the predicted destination
  • Integration to ServiceNow with a bi-directional connector
  • Tag and analyze your escalated alerts

WHEN?

 

WEDNESDAY 4TH OF APRIL 2018

 

1st session

  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) 10:00 CEST
  • New York (USA – New York) 04:00 EDT
  • London (United Kingdom – England) 09:00 BST
  • Melbourne (Australia – Victoria) 18:00 AEST

2nd session

  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) 19:00 CEST
  • New York (USA – New York) 13:00 EDT
  • London (United Kingdom – England) 18:00 BST

Melbourne (Australia – Victoria) 03:00 AEST

PLEASE NOTE, ONLY 25 SPOTS PER SESSION. FIRST COME FIRST SERVE!

CONQUER YOUR SPOT NOW! CLICK HERE

 

Virtual Machine Migration To Azure: Step-By-Step Guide

Virtual Machine Migration To Azure: Step-By-Step Guide

Jeff Woolsey, principal program manager from the Windows Server team, explains and demos the steps to discover, assess and migrate Windows and Linux virtual machines from VMware to Azure. The new Azure Migrate service helps you find on-premises VMs and apps using a collector appliance, then exposes VM attributes – including utilization, sizing and dependency information – to help you plan your migration.

Azure Site Recovery then provides the tools to replicate discovered and targeted VMs into Azure storage, then allows you to test and move workloads into production. Along the way, Jeff explains how the tools in Azure help you determine costs and take advantage of potential cost savings via the Azure Hybrid Benefit for Windows Server.

To learn more, go to the Azure migration center.

Use OMS LogAnalytics with the OpsLogix VMware Management Pack for extended monitoring

To learn how to easily monitor VMware using OMS LogAnalytics with the OpsLogix VMware Management Pack, the extended way, click here.

Watch Webcast Predictive Analytics For Microsoft System Center by OpsLogix & Approved

Watch Webcast Predictive Analytics For Microsoft System Center by OpsLogix & Approved

About the Webcast

IT Service Analytics is a free plug ´n play business intelligence and process support platform for Microsoft System Center. IT Service Analytics enables your IT organization(s) to make qualified decisions based on intelligent and accurate information gathered throughout your IT landscape.

By optimizing and combining data from System Center Operations Manager, Microsoft OMS and System Center Service Manager into one holistic data model you are able to put the IT service in focus. This allows you to extract, correlate and predict information about IT Service Management processes.

Download the presentation deck here IT Service Analytics.pdf.

About the speaker

Jonas Lenntun is the founder of Approved Consulting AB and has a long experience with Microsoft products and IT monitoring. After working in this area for over 15 years, Jonas has developed a broad knowledge of the entire Microsoft product range, with a personal focus on ITIL and System Center.

His experience as CEO and former CIO with an understanding of IT challenges, combined with deep knowledge of Microsoft System Center, ITIL and Analytics is what led Jonas to acquire a unique IT business insight, allowing him to stand out and drive successful implementations within Microsoft System Center and ITIL.

OpsLogix & Approved present: Webcast Predictive analytics for Microsoft System Center

OpsLogix & Approved present: Webcast Predictive analytics for Microsoft System Center

On April 12th 2017 OpsLogix in cooperation with Approved Consulting AB will host a free webcast regarding Predictive Analytics for Microsoft System Center. Sign up today, since the number of free tickets are limited!

About the Webcast

IT Service Analytics is a free plug ´n play business intelligence and process support platform for Microsoft System Center. IT Service Analytics enables your IT organization(s) to make qualified decisions based on intelligent and accurate information gathered throughout your IT landscape.

By optimizing and combining data from System Center Operations Manager, Microsoft OMS and System Center Service Manager into one holistic data model you are able to put the IT service in focus. This allows you to extract, correlate and predict information about IT Service Management processes.

About the speaker

Jonas Lenntun is the founder of Approved Consulting AB and has a long experience with Microsoft products and IT monitoring. After working in this area for over 15 years, Jonas has developed a broad knowledge of the entire Microsoft product range, with a personal focus on ITIL and System Center.

His experience as CEO and former CIO with an understanding of IT challenges, combined with deep knowledge of Microsoft System Center, ITIL and Analytics is what led Jonas to acquire a unique IT business insight, allowing him to stand out and drive successful implementations within Microsoft System Center and ITIL.

At what time will the webcast be hosted?

First session with Jonas Lenntun April 12, 2017

  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) 10:00 CEST
  • New York (USA – New York) 04:00 EDT
  • London (United Kingdom – England) 09:00 BST
  • Melbourne (Australia – Victoria) 18:00 AEST

If you have already purchased your free ticket, on the day of the webcast you can join the webcast by clicking here.

Second session with Jonas Lenntun April 12, 2017

  • Amsterdam (Netherlands) 19:00 CEST
  • New York (USA – New York) 13:00 EDT
  • London (United Kingdom – England) 18:00 BST
  • Melbourne (Australia – Victoria) 03:00 AEST

If you have already purchased your free ticket, on the day of the webcast you can join the webcast by clicking here.

Watch: Best Practices for Designing your SCOM 2016 Environment with MVP Maarten Goet

Watch: Best Practices for Designing your SCOM 2016 Environment with MVP Maarten Goet

In this webcast, 10-year Microsoft System Center MVP Maarten Goet talks you through all the design points for your SCOM 2016 environment. He talks about both new installations as well as preparing for the upgrade, and shares some of the best practices for your Management Group design.

Download the slide deck Best-Practices-for-Designing-your-SCOM-2016-Environment.pdf (1122 downloads)