AI-Driven Insights

Join this webinar June 20, 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm ET! Registration is open now.

In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, managing mainframe application performance and availability has become an increasingly complex task. As hybrid computing environments become more prevalent, organizations face the challenge of ensuring their IT infrastructure operates at peak efficiency. This is where artificial intelligence (AI) comes into play, offering transformative insights that can revolutionize how system health is managed and monitored.

The importance of modernizing system health management and monitoring in hybrid IT environments cannot be overstated. Traditional methods often fall short in addressing the complexities of modern infrastructures and AI-driven insights can help streamline these processes, ensuring your applications run smoothly and efficiently.

One of the significant challenges in hybrid IT environments is the ability to detect anomalous applications automatically. AI and analytical tools offer innovative solutions to this problem.

Modernizing your IT infrastructure not only improves performance but also has a direct impact on operational costs.

Join us for an enlightening webinar, “AI-Driven Insights: Transforming Application Performance Management in a Hybrid IT Environment,” where we will delve into the critical role of AI in modernizing IT infrastructure. Presented by Rod Dyson, Senior Director of Software Engineering at Rocket Software, this session is designed for IT professionals, system administrators, and anyone interested in leveraging AI to optimize application performance.  Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from an industry expert and take your IT infrastructure to the next level.

Register now to secure your spot and join us on June 20 at 1:00 pm for an educational and transformative experience.

Amanda Hendley is the Managing Editor of Planet Mainframe and  Co-host of the iTech-Ed Mainframe User Groups.  She has always been a part of the technology community having spent eleven years at Technology Association of Georgia and six years at Computer Measurement Group. Amanda is a Georgia Tech graduate and enjoys spending her free time renovating homes and volunteering with  in Atlanta, Georgia.

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