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Jan 31 2018   3:33PM GMT

hands-off infrastructure

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert


Hands-off infrastructure management is the remote, automated administration of server, storage and network resources. Continued…

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“Automated infrastructure management took a step forward with the emergence of AIOps monitoring tools that use machine learning to proactively identify infrastructure problems.” — Beth Pariseau

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