Cloud Management - What's Innovative?
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Applications in highly regulated industries - Mainframe 3.0, Hybrid Cloud and being able to sleep at night
The journey to hybrid cloud is basically a modernisation journey. Don’t throw away something that works, and that you trust, if it can still be useful.
Finding a story that shows the value of underlying, background technologies for both business leaders and end-users is a gem to be treasured.
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.
Research into vendor capabilities in AIOps and Hybrid Infrastructure Management has revealed interesting insights in to what differentiates various solutions.
Thousand Eyes' latest Cloud Performance Benchmark is a fascinating report for those using major cloud providers to run important operational applications.
Dynatrace and others now offer the ability to monitor and manage the whole of the infrastructure stack in a public and hybrid cloud environment.
Using SDN, Megaport are proving that complex issues of wide area networking and multi-cloud connectivity needn’t be complicated.
In a software defined infrastructure you can ‘architect’ the overall whole in digital terms to be self-managing, self-correcting, and assuring compliant in real time.
Summon up your inner Bletchley Park - To achieve the next level of savings and agility you need to be able to decode what is going on in your IT infrastructure
New storage solutions are able to ingest vast amounts of real-time data from IoT sensors and probes. AI & data analytics solutions decode the data & predict IT Infrastructure problems.