Companies struggle to manage complex IT environments because they not only need full visibility throughout their entire IT ecosystem, but also an automated way to operate. With the digital transformation at the top of their priority list, they need to pursue a path that allows them to drive rapid changes, foster team collaboration and improve user experiences. And they must do so with zero trust-level security.

That’s why AI-enabled observability is playing an increasingly-critical role of AIOps in the modern cloud. In this session, we will discuss and share use cases how observability is empowering companies to simplify the complexities and challenges of technology while automating operations and maximizing performance, thus guiding them toward a fully realized digital transformation.

Join this webinar session to learn how to utilize precise and actionable anomaly root cause and impact analyses to implement the self-healing cloud and automate your entire digital value chain.


Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS) is going to organize "HKCS Members Gathering & Mentorship Program Graduation" on 12 March 2024. Through this gathering, we would like to give a warm welcoming to our new members and provide you a great opportunity to broaden the professional network! Additionally, we will be celebrating the successful completion of the HKCS Mentorship Program 2023.

Please register NOW and join us to have a fun and relaxing evening!


HKCS will co-host a Joint ICT Spring Dinner with Communications Association of Hong Kong (CAHK) on 7 March 2024 (Thursday). It will be a casual, cordial and joyous occasion for associates and friends of the two organisations to rekindle our acquaintances. We cordially invite you to to welcome the Year of the Dragon with your colleagues and customers.

Dress Code: Chinese costume / Business casual

Language: Cantonese


HK$9,888 for One Table (12 Seats)

HK$5,888 for Half Table (6 Seats)

HK$788 for One Seat (CAHK and HKCS Member)

HK$988 for One Seat (Non-CAHK and Non-HKCS Member)