IT has become one of the most important components of modern business, supporting operations, providing major sources of revenue, and increasing efficiency. However, as IT becomes more central, it becomes more complex and impacts a growing number of business functions. This makes it difficult for companies to manage scale, speed and cost. The numerous tools that manage
different facets of IT make it challenging for human workers to keep up, causing problems that go unresolved and inefficiencies that go unnoticed. These difficulties can impede a company’s growth and slow innovation, making them more likely to be surpassed by an agile competitor. To ensure that IT operations are run as effectively as possible, it is critical that companies
incorporate autonomics and orchestration into their IT ops strategy. This can help increase the speed of issue resolution, allow for greater scalability, and reduce operating costs, allowing companies to innovate and achieve their business goals.