Our customers, the business owners, are demanding a user experience akin to what they’ve enjoyed on Amazon AWS and other public cloud platforms that offer quick, easy, & self-service delivery of workloads. Yet IT Ops, often times by regulatory mandate, is required to provide the appropriate governance & controls on these workloads. Join John Treadway of Cloud Technology Partners, as he shares the 5 key barriers to Enterprise Public Cloud Adoption – and describe what you can do to remove those barriers.
With multiple vendor consoles and siloed teams, do you feel that your management environment is too fragmented and needy? Learn how to apply centralized, policy-based automation to address governance across public and private clouds — and streamline how you manage the lifecycle of your management & security stack, including packaging, provisioning, configuration, ongoing updates and decommissioning.
Get it done – rapidly deliver VMs for the business – without sacrificing uptime, performance, security or adherence to corporate policies & operational best practices.
Multiple teams, different management consoles, manual change processes, one-off scripts … does this sound like your current IT management infrastructure?
DevOps principles such as agility, automation and removing IT silos have had a big impact on the way software is managed in the cloud.
Critical to the success of private clouds is ensuring quality of service for Tier 1 apps.
Virtualization and cloud enable IT to deliver new levels of agility and efficiency — but many organizations are still unable to provision a new VM in under 5 minutes.
Let’s face it – agents are here to stay. Most organizations typically manage 5-15 agents to address critical security, compliance and operational requirements. As the number of servers explodes, so does the number of agents you’re managing across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures – increasing complexity and slowing down IT.