Organizations are increasingly adopting modern application delivery models to support accelerated time to market, but it has tipped over the traditional IT operations execution methods. Today, IT infrastructure must be provisioned almost instantaneously with minimal downtime to keep pace with continuous code deployment requirements and achieving it in a typical enterprise cloud environment can be extremely complicated. Thus, many enterprise IT operations leaders are looking to invest in automation and AI/ML to help build these capabilities. What is the most efficient and effective way of moving from traditional IT Ops to automated AI Ops?
Siddharth Dhar, Executive Vice President & Global Head - Infrastructure Management Services, Hexaware
Siddharth Dhar (Sid) is the Global Head of IMS at Hexaware. Sid is responsible for managing and growing Hexaware’s infrastructure business including Digital Workplace, Hybrid Cloud, DevOps, Ops Automation and Cyber Security Resiliency Ser... More View all posts
Siddharth Dhar (Sid) is the Global Head of IMS at Hexaware. Sid is responsible for managing and growing Hexaware’s infrastructure business including Digital Workplace, Hybrid Cloud, DevOps, Ops Automation and Cyber Security Resiliency Services. Sid has spent a large part of his early career, 18 years, at HCL and was involved in incubating various business lines like e-Secure and Remote Infrastructure Management. He was a part of HCL’s North America leadership team managing the Mid-West and West Coast business units before joining Hexaware. Sid holds a bachelor’s degree in Petrochemical Engineering from Pune University and currently serves on the Missouri State University’s Customer Experience Advisory Board. When not working, he enjoys spending time at home with family and playing the occasional round of golf with his foursome. Less View all posts
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