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Using machine learning in workload automation (sponsored by Digitate)

Akhilesh Tripathi (Digitate)
9:05am-9:10am Thursday, September 6, 2018
Location: Continental Ballroom 4-6
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In this world of constantly changing business environments across various business units, limited end-to-end visibility, and high alerts, wouldn’t it be nice if you could reduce your operational risks and outages and technology and labor costs?

Join Maitreya Natu to learn how to use machine learning to identify root causes of problems in minutes instead of hours or days by automating routine tasks without scripting or preprogramming—giving you time to focus on growing your business, not just maintaining it.

This keynote is sponsored by Digitate.

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Akhilesh Tripathi


Akhilesh Tripathi is the chief commercial officer at Digitate. Previously, Akhilesh was head of Canada for TCS, where he was responsible for setting up the Canadian entity and growing it to become the top 10 IT services company in Canada in a short span of time, and head of enterprise solutions and technology practices for TCS in North America, where he was responsible for TCS’s initiatives in these two areas across the continent. In his more than 20-year career with TCS, he also held leadership roles in the management of strategic alliances with software vendors and served on the advisory councils of several strategic vendor partners. Akhilesh is actively involved with not-for-profit organizations. He has served on the national board of IT Association of Canada (ITAC), the board of Canada India Business Council, the advisory board of ICTC’s coaching to career initiative, and the board of Operation Eyesight Universal, an international charitable organization dedicated to preventing and curing blindness in the developing world. Akhilesh holds an MBA and a bachelor’s degree in electronics. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with his wife and two children.