Mean Time to Innocence (MTTI)

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Mean-time-to-Innocence (MTTI) is a tongue-in-cheek term referring to how long it takes the owner of a particular level of the software stack (application, database, networking, storage, virtualization, etc.) to prove that the layer they are responsible for is not to blame for an application performance issue. AIOps endeavors to eliminate the finger pointing by relying on an automated and data-driven approach to isolating the root cause of failures. See also Mean Time to Resolve (MTTR).

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