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The IT Automation Imperative: Keeping Pace with the Speed of Business

Tuesday, November 1
10 a.m. Pacific | 1 p.m. Eastern

According to research from EMA, 85% of enterprises view automation as strategic, and 84% are modernizing applications to support digital transformation.

Join EMA and Red Hat to learn how automation can deliver several business benefits, spanning areas from attracting and retaining talent, improved speed in bringing innovations to market, and a solid ROI.

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AIOps – The Difference Between Cloud Survival and Excellence

Interested in learning more about the top AIOps cloud use cases related to automation, operations management, and cost – to name just a few? Download the white paper “AIOps – the difference between cloud survival and excellence” to see how Digitate can help optimize your AIOps cloud journey.

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Graphiant: Going Beyond the SD-WAN Value Proposition

In his new blog, Shamus McGillicuddy, vice president of research at EMA, discusses why Graphiant has been named an EMA Vendor to Watch.

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Find out What EMA Has Planned for 2023

EMA has released its 2023 research calendar. Topics include application development and management, business intelligence, digital service execution, endpoint and identity management, intelligent automation, intelligent hybrid multi-cloud, network infrastructure and operations, and security, risk, and compliance management.

Check out the 2023 EMA research calendar

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Network Observability: Delivering Actionable Insights to Network Operations

Join EMA Vice President of Research Shamus McGillicuddy to get insights into new network observability research, based on a survey of more than 400 IT professionals and in-depth interviews with network engineers and architects from some of the largest enterprises and the world.

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