SIOS Technology Corp. will be taking part in a DABCC Live Webinar in order to discuss machine learning technology; the webinar will feature SIOS Director of Field Engineering Tony Tomarchio, the company announced on Thursday.
“Unleashing the power of machine learning analytics” will be taking place on Oct. 15 at 10 a.m. PT. Registration is available through the registration form from DABCC. The session will also feature DABCC representative Douglas Brown.
The announcement states that virtual environments are growing and becoming more complex as new technology comes available. With machine learning technology and advancements in topological behavior analysis provide a visualization of how elements and aspects of a system interact with each other and potentially identify causes of slow or poor performance within a virtual system.
In this webinar, Tomarchio and Brown will be discussing the major issues that affect virtual environments. They will also be presenting and providing a demonstration of the SIOS iQ system. According to the company, the SIOS iQ analytics platform will allow IT staff to be able to resolve issues in a faster and more effective manner as problems are able to be more easily identified.
Tomarchio has worked within system management and enterprise management for approximately 10 years.
SIOS to host DABCC webinar on machine learning analytics
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