CIOs are turning to AI to bridge the gap between constrained IT resources and cloud complexity
This global study, of 800 CIOs, highlights a widening gap between IT resources and the demands of managing enterprise cloud ecosystems, revealing that the time spent tackling alert storms from monitoring tools is costing organizations an average of $1.5 million annually.
IT teams are drowning in a data deluge as traditional monitoring tools weren’t designed for the scale and complexity of the enterprise cloud.
is the average number of monitoring alerts IT and cloud operations teams receive each day.
The proportion of alerts organizations receive each day that require actioning is
IT teams are struggling to manually integrate and correlate alerts, costing organizations time and money.
is the average proportion of IT teams’ time spent identifying which alerts to focus on.
The average amount organizations waste sorting through monitoring alerts is
Organizations need a new approach to monitoring their enterprise cloud environments and are looking to AI and automation for the answer - but challenges remain.
The number of incidents each year that could have been prevented if alerts were seen or acted upon in time is
is the percentage of organizations that say the volume of alerts, and time required to sift through them, is making it difficult to automate enterprise cloud operations.