Today's network operations teams will require a significant skill shift to benefit from advances in network automation and analytics, and to meet the demands of digital business needs. I&O leaders must champion a paradigm shift to NetOps 2.0 to stay relevant.
This session will provide an update on the current state of container technology. This will include an analysis of the technology, the vendors that make up the ecosystem and the associated products. Additionally, the issues that enterprises are facing will be discussed. Finally, the session will also discuss how the technology and the industry will evolve in the upcoming three to five years.
I&O leaders today are working aggressively in two specific ways: Provisioning infrastructure for business unit stakeholders and ingesting AI techniques to improve I&O efficiencies. Across several hundreds of Gartner inquiries and engagements, Gartner has identified I&O best practices that characterize highly successful and productive AI I&O ecosystems.
After decades of owning and managing data centers, today’s enterprise must grapple with the issues of how to support older applications, while at the same time embracing cloud services, edge environments, IoT and the march toward a digital economy. This session focuses on how enterprises are solving these problems; building a distributed global infrastructure and minimizing risk along the way.
Digital business will drive a convergence of physical and digital, changing the shape of infrastructure and creating new business moments. Immersive IoT technology and augmented reality will push real-time decision-making and intelligence closer to the people and things at the edge. Cloud computing has already changed infrastructure and operations — the next wave of change is edge computing.