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Please use the following category to raise ideas for these offerings for all environments (traditional on-premises, containers, cloud):
Cloud Pak for Multicloud Management
Cloud Pak for Network Automation - including Orchestration and Performance Management
Cloud Pak for Watson AIOps - including Netcool Operations Management portfolio
Edge Application Manager
IBM Observability with Instana
ITM-APM Products - including IBM Tivoli Monitoring v6 and Application Performance Monitoring v8
Workload Automation - including Workload Scheduler
Tivoli System Automation - including Tivoli System Automation Application Manager (SA AM), Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms (SA MP)
After initial deployment, it may take many Turbonomic actions to bring the existing environment to a more desired state. As a new user to Turbonomic it can be hard to digest and consume those actions and understand where to start.
Some ideas to help on that journey:
Tiered Actions based on perceived risk and value
Perceived risk is related to disruptiveness and ease of reversal.
Value is related to the benefit of taking the action.
Categorize actions from lowest to highest perceived risk/value.
Users can start with the lowest risk and realize value quickly.
Automatic policies applied to action tiers.
Some sort of confidence scoring of actions based on empirical analysis of what actions have historically delivered the most value under certain scenarios.
High confidence, low risk actions would yield the most value.
The immediate effectiveness of taking actions after deployment.
The ongoing effectiveness of automating actions long term.
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