Becoming more resilent with AIOps

March 30, 2021

During this Virtual Round Table Joska Lot, Global Solutions Architect – Monitoring and Events Management at Electrolux, will share his path toward implementing AIOps. After his presentation, you will enter in a moderated discussion in which we will exchange thoughts, best practices and experiences on how to effectively manage and optimize complex environments with the use of automation. Furthermore, we will discuss how to use AI to identify bottlenecks, delays, and failures even before they occur. You are most welcome to join this conversation!

Joska Lot, Global Solutions Architect: Monitoring and Events Management, Electrolux

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Joska Lot, Global Solutions Architect: Monitoring and Events Management

Within Electrolux, Joska is responsible for discovering new technologies, designing solutions, and increasing people knowledge, with the ultimate goal of managing the health of the IT architectures and applications.


Electrolux is a leading global appliance company and known for brands such as AEG and Zanussi. With almost 50.000 employees, Electrolux sells around 60 million household products in more than 150 markets on an annual basis. Electrolux has started implementing AIOps in the organisation.


Organisations heavily rely on IT to keep their businesses running and therefore it is vital to avoid outages, downtime, and failures: a small scale problem can quickly escalate into full-scale issues, reverberating beyond IT operations into every aspect of the business and impacting the bottom line. But as the complexity of the IT landscape grows and as applications, tools, and processes keep evolving at fast pace, it is impossible to monitor, detect and resolve issues manually. Organisations must therefore adjust their monitoring strategies to become more resilient. This is where automation comes in to play.


16:55 | Dial in on Teams meeting
17:00 | Start program, including presentation & discussion
18:30 | End


Directors IT, IT Operations en Technology

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