AIOps leader ScienceLogic gets $105M in late-stage funding

ScienceLogic Inc., a startup using artificial intelligence for managing information technology operations, said today it has raised $105 million in growth financing.

The Series E round was led by Silver Lake Waterman, with participation from existing investors Goldman Sachs, Intel Capital and NewView Capital. It brings the company’s total funding raised to $214 million.

“It’s a watershed moment for the company,” ScienceLogic founder and Chief Executive Dave Link (pictured) told SiliconANGLE. “This investment is essentially pouring gas on what we’re doing.”

Founded in 2003, ScienceLogic has emerged as one of the leading players in the AIOps market. AIOps is a phrase that was first coined by Gartner Inc. in 2017 to describe how information in IT environments could be potentially managed through automation.

It’s essentially a bid to replace current IT operations management point tools with a broader platform built for hybrid cloud environments from the ground up. ScienceLogic

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Lovecraft Country’s Aunjanue Ellis Talks Season One and the Power of Science Fiction

While quite a lot of TV made a splash in 2020, HBO’s Lovecraft Country undeniably had a major impact. The ten-episode first season, which is inspired by Matt Ruff’s novel of the same name, chronicles the lives of an ensemble of characters in the Jim Crow America of the 1950s, as various supernatural threats and racist horrors collide. Season 1 took the concept of the novel and transformed it into something wholly new and profound, sending each of its characters on a journey they couldn’t have imagined. One of the biggest standouts of the season is undeniably Hippolyta Freeman (Aunjanue Ellis), a housewife and star-gazer whose own personal journey of self-discovery adds a sci-fi inspired and pivotal angle to the series.

With a career spanning nearly thirty years (including an Emmy-nominated performance on the limited series When They See Us), Ellis is no stranger to work that leaves an

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Comprehensive Growth of Higher Education Learning Management Systems Market Analysts Expect Robust Growth in 2027

A recently imported report titled “Global Higher Education Learning Management Systems Market” contains all the necessary data and provides complete guidance to Market readers and competitors. It provides an accurate survey of the Higher Education Learning Management Systems market for the forecast period from 2020 to 2027. First, it introduces market segments, demographics, and the major geographic regions that dominate the market. It also focuses on the emergence of production rates, supply-demand ratios, and import/export details in the market in the near future. Higher Education Learning Management Systems market size, estimates, and qualitative intuition can help surround the future. which conspires with the supply and demand of the past and present markets, the inevitable Higher Education Learning Management Systems market size can be calculated.

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Some of the key players in the Global Higher Education

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Video Games are Transforming Education and Work Around the World

Spurred by the pandemic, immersive tech—augmented reality and virtual reality—transformed how we learn, work and live.

Its real transformational potential is in the emerging markets. Barriers to employment and education lowered by the internet can be altogether eliminated by immersive technologies.

Although rooted in video games, this tech has been forecast to change the world for several years. That promise seemed distant: Google Glasses were unnecessary and FarmVille came and went in a flash.

As the pandemic forced us to live more of our lives online, it has also posed the question of how we can make those online lives as realistic, productive and engaging—in other words, as immersive—as their offline equivalents.

Immersive technology extends and enriches the user’s current experience of reality. It provides suspension of disbelief through creative and technical production values found in video games like Fortnite or TV shows like Black Mirror or The Mandalorian.

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