Read Enterprise Management Associates’ 2013 Private Cloud Platforms Radar Report to see how EMA evaluated BMC’s cloud management solutions. You’ll gain comprehensive analysis of the platform’s “Solution Impact,” including features, architecture, and integration, as well as “Resource Efficiency,” or time, effort, and cost. The report also evaluates vendors’ overall performance, strengths, and limitations.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is unique in this EMA Radar in its ability to combine two threads – a single analytic overlay as embodied in its Service Health Analyzer (SHA) product, and a broader suite solution optimized for HP to participate in all three use cases here with maximum functional impact. This is not entirely a black-and-white situation, as SHA does leverage and currently largely depends on integration with HP Business Service Management 9.1, which is itself a suite. But SHA can assimilate other third-party sources, checks out brilliantly in early-phase deployments in terms of time-to-value and analytic power, and is the lead reason for HP’s strong Value Leader showing in technical performance management.
Published By: Arcserve
Published Date: Jul 23, 2010
This report is designed to help IT organizations more effectively plan for the adoption of solutions that can help bring together a unified view of IT service performance as it impacts business outcomes. Download now!
Short: Evaluate seven cloud integration platforms from leading vendors for the value they offer organizations in cloud-to-cloud, cloud-to-on-premise and on-premise-to-on-premise application integration use cases.
Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has conducted extensive research investigating the integration and management challenges created by the convergence of on-premise and public Cloud hosted applications. Research conducted in mid-2012 uncovered some compelling statistics about the role of Cloud integration in today's companies:
Nearly 50% of the companies surveyed have already deployed tiered transactions spanning public Cloud and on-premise computing environments (one form of "hybrid Cloud")
Approximately 35% have integrated (or are in the process of integrating) multiple Software as a Service (SaaS) applications.
As one IT professional put it, "Everything is connected to everything." Because of this fact, any discussionof public Cloud as a standalone technology is outmoded. Few modern on-premise applications exist as"silos," and the same is true of Cloud-delivered applications.
Published By: AcquireWeb
Published Date: Apr 07, 2008
This case study, published by DM News in July 2007, explores how email helped top-ranked ad agency Radarworks succeed in a changing market in developing a marketing campaign using a mixture of media channels with a set budget to maximize brand and event awareness and drive participation, and be able to measure the ROI from each marketing channel.
Published By: Riverbed
Published Date: Jul 15, 2014
The Riverbed solution is one that exhibited strong capabilities across a broad number of our measured categories, without clearly dominating anything in particular. The solution is still going through integration between the Cascade and OPNET portfolios, and thus did not achieve full potential scores in some regards, but the breadth of design and capabilities is now among the very best in the ANPM sector.
The term “network management” encompasses a broad range of solutions from single point products to element managers to large enterprise-class solutions. For the purpose of this ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATES® (EMA™) report, the term Enterprise Network Management Systems (ENMS) includes network-centric management solutions that are used by large organizations’ operations and engineering teams to discover, monitor, assess, troubleshoot, and generally maintain highly distributed enterprise networks.
For this EMA™ Radar, the focus was put specifically on core capabilities and features primarily associated with network operations’ need to ensure health and availability of the network. Supporting functional capabilities such as performance monitoring, configuration management, asset management, as well as integrated management of connected non-network devices were also considered, but as non-critical (albeit helpful/valuable) extensions.