Sinead Glynn

Get ahead with cognitive operations machine learning technology

The challenges around managing hybrid environments are not new, but they have evolved into managing multicloud environments with abundant infrastructure complexity and application diversity. According to Gartner, by 2020, “90 percent of organizations will adopt hybrid infrastructure to become more agile and to transform. (In fact, the average enterprise is using or piloting six clouds.) […]

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How to put the IBM built-in data scientist to work for you

In modern IT operations teams, one of the biggest challenges is monitoring an increasingly complex environment—across many different tools—with fewer people. On top of that, teams face more pressure to avoid outages. And due to the immediacy of social media, outages can become very public, very quickly, negatively affecting customer sentiment of the company’s brand. […]

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The power of the cognitive data scientist

Have you ever looked at something familiar and suddenly seen it in a totally new light? With far better clarity? I had the experience recently while preparing for IBM Edge 2016. I frequently need to explain the difference between analytics products and cognitive products, so I decided to prepare a slide. After noodling for some […]

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All aboard with IBM Operations Analytics

This blog is definitely going to show my age. A very young me (practically embryonic as it had to have been the mid-80s) watches the original Star Trek series. The set of the USS Enterprise begins to shake, and Scotty, my personal favorite, utters, “Captain, I don’t have the power.“ Later, as the drama builds, […]

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Cognitive and ITOA: Get better over time

Growing up in the ‘80s, my brother’s Action Man (with Eagle Eyes!) was far more interesting to play with than the needy Tiny Tears doll I had been given. Later in school, subjects like math and science grabbed my attention over home economics and languages. Having therefore always thought of myself as a ‘left-brained’ female, […]

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