This report defines storage-centric virtualized infrastructure, its opportunity and use cases, and the emerging vendor landscape that IT infrastructure and operations groups should evaluate as they purse the software-defined data center.
Today’s IT teams spend far too much time struggling against increasing system complexity and tools failing to make monitoring easier and more reliable. To combat these challenges, both admins and site reliability engineers need a clear view of infrastructure performance and availability.
Splunk® Insights for Infrastructure (SII) is an analytics-driven monitoring solution that provides the seamless experience organizations need for infrastructure monitoring on the AWS cloud.
Download this product brief and discover how SII offers:
• An easy install within minutes—available as a free download
• Detailed investigations through granular metrics
• Seamless monitoring and troubleshooting
Integration may not be new, but its role has drastically changed. Once used simply for support, it is now an enabler – serving as an indispensable foundation critical to achieving agility, efficiency, and growth.
Done well, it can drive better business decisions, more cost-effective operations, and be the catalyst for competitive advantage. Architected without a clearly defined strategy, however, integration will fail to deliver on its promise.
What are some of the pitfalls you can avoid when augmenting an existing infrastructure to maximize performance, results, and success? Read on.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Apr 19, 2013
As an IT infrastructure and operations (I&O) leader you understand the business and IT impact of service management and automation (SMA). SMA done right will improve staff productivity, increase the quality of services, reduce operational costs, and improve the overall IT organization’s reputation with the business. That is why building the business case to secure funding and executive support for SMA is critical.
This paper examines how seven enterprise and midsize companies spanning the equipment rental, healthcare, retail, research, and telecommunications (service provider) industries were able to reduce their annual IT cost to deliver compute services by 58% by migrating to a blade platform.