Big data revives IT operations analytics

ALAN R. EARLS |

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For decades, IT operations have been helped by sophisticated tools. Still, many management challenges remained seemingly intractable. At last, though, that final frontier has been breached by a new generation of IT operations analytics tools that use far more sophisticated mechanisms to illuminate problems and posit solutions…

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