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Join Us at the Gartner IT IOCS Summit in Sydney!

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16 days ago

We're excited to participate in the upcoming Gartner IT IOCS Summit!

This summit is a premier event for infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders seeking to drive innovation and enhance customer experiences in today's dynamic business landscape.

Event Details:

  • Date: May 20-21, 2024
  • Location: Hilton Sydney, Sydney, Australia

Target Audience:

  • Infrastructure and operations executives
  • Data center and IT infrastructure professionals
  • IT leaders and enterprise architects

Join LogicMonitor at Booth #300!

At our booth, you can discover how LogicMonitor's Hybrid Observability powered by AI, can help you reduce complexity and optimize performance across your hybrid environment. Explore our comprehensive integrations and learn how AIOps turns data into actionable insights.

Join our Sr. Direct of Product Marketing Bill Emmett to learn how to tackle hybrid observability challenges head-on, leveraging AIOps for actionable insights. Hear from a LogicMonitor customer on how they streamlined IT operations with LogicMonitor.

 

  • Session Name: Overcoming Hybrid Observability Complexity with LogicMonitor
  • Date: Monday, May 20, 2024Time: 14:45 AEDT
  • Location: State Room, Level 2

 

 

Don’t take it from just us! Check out this customer testimonial from Bupa:

"Bupa Improves Healthcare Efficiency by Streamlining IT with LogicMonitor. With LogicMonitor, we have been able to successfully integrate and automate incident management, enabling faster issue resolution and improved efficiency." Dennis Huynh, Reporting and Monitoring Manager, Bupa

Learn more about Bupa's success story here.

Take advantage of this opportunity to engage with industry experts, explore innovative solutions, and gain valuable insights to elevate your IT operations. We look forward to seeing you at the Gartner IT IOCS Summit!

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