The intention of Cisco to acquire Thousand Eyes could be seen as just another example of a consolidation in a fast growing but crowded market.
Welcome to the IT Infrastructure blog from Paul Bevan.
If high performance and availability of IT is critical for your business, not all IT monitoring and management solutions are born equal.
In an automated, as-a-Service consumption environment, the idea of “hands-on services” has become somewhat of an after-thought.
In the wake of Covid-19, there are really only two fundamental questions. How agile are my systems? And, how resilient are they?
While Paul Bevan belives that Park Place Technologies isn’t talking, out loud at least, about AIOps, he thinks they will soon be playing in that space.
While global interconnect providers like Equinix provide powerful and effective on-ramps to multiple cloud providers, there is a bigger challenge.
Paul Bevan hopes we are becoming a little more realistic about the claims that Cloud computing will automatically save money.
The initial challenge about identifying IoT project use cases and business benefit is being tackled, albeit many examples are still only in the pilot phase.
Edge computing will demand cost effective, small-footprint, agile, resilient systems that can be run in “dark” micro-datacentres.
Research into vendor capabilities in AIOps and Hybrid Infrastructure Management has revealed interesting insights in to what differentiates various solutions.