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Perform 2023 Guide: Organizations mine efficiencies with automation, causal AI
Source: Lauren Horwitz -Dynatrace blog At Perform 2023, the theme is “IT automation.” The conference and this guide explore pushing the...
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Manufacturing companies need to innovate at speed to optimize production lines and supply chains through modern digital capabilities. The faster and more efficient production forces them to use a more automated and scalable approach.
Running hugely complex, mission-critical applications, including ERP, Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES), and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) software, the technology environments have become increasingly distributed.
There is now simply too much data from too many different sources for manufacturing teams
to handle with the management and analytics solutions they’ve traditionally relied on.
Manufacturers are no strangers to the benefits of automation across their production lines and other areas of their physical operations. Now, they urgently need to apply that same automated approach to IT operations and security.