Everything is "Ops" these days
"Ops" seems to be the new management speak suffix meaning "no planning". It's applicable to almost anything where you can move fast, break things and sod the results.
Cassandra database slinger DataStax has "paused" its AIops project, Vector, while it figures out what exactly AIops is. A sort of automated database help function, the Vector project was launched in June last year to offer operators and developers the DataStax "knowledge base and provide near real-time expert advice, knowledge …
connect to: 184.108.40.206
connect to: foo.com
Is this really so difficult? We really need an "A.I." to do this? I can still remember the time I had to use multiple routers to duplicate the same IP address on a network because some legacy software couldn't be modified to connect to a different address... Such fun.
Biting the hand that feeds IT © 1998–2021