The New Stack: How Machine Learning Attacks the Problems of Database Performance

Data centers store a tremendous — some would say, ridiculous — amount of logs. There is too much data for the smartest administrator to make immediate sense of. For analytics to continue to be helpful, it needs to be smarter than it is now. If this much logging on a granular scale is to be of use to anyone — before, during, or after a network event — logic needs to be capable of ascertaining causes and effects as they happen.

Machine learning could be one thing that could provide such an intelligence.


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