It’s a question for the ages: whether to build a solution in-house or integrate an existing product.

When it came to anomaly detection, telco giant Optus says the answer was simple. They chose to go with Anodot’s turn-key solution rather than build it themselves. Optus Networks Director of New Services Engineering Jason Wong details that decision and shares how the Australia Telco giant is using Anodot’s patented machine learning to proactively address business incidents and reduce time to detection and resolution.

Presented By Jason Wong

Jason Wong is the Director of New Services Engineering with Optus Networks, looking after a number of key transformative 5G initiatives in the Data Analytics, IoT and cloud space.

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