An industry-wide increase in both “virtual” and physical data center migrations is being driven by the ever increasing infrastructure demands of high-density, high capacity servers and other IT devices. What’s the biggest challenge? For most IT executives, it’s not the project itself that scares them, as much as it is: “What if I don’t know what I don’t know?”
by Craig McFarlane Today’s digital transformation is well underway and it’s raising expectations about how fast IT departments can move.
Complete Data Center Transformation while establishing the foundation for a resilient, agile IT environment
To succeed at digital transformation strategies, enterprises need to adopt a new approach that fully integrates the people, processes and tools required for digital transformation so they can manage ongoing innovation and modernization on a continuous basis.
We recently collaborated with a solutions architect at AWS on a blog to describe how TransitionManager provides the necessary insight to understand complex environments to help teams analyze, plan, understand, and reduce the risks associated with migrations.
When teams use a single platform they can take a holistic view of their project. Rather than using discrete tools to individually track spend, identify security vulnerabilities, and manage governance, an orchestration platform enables teams to assess and evaluate these areas - and more - in relation to each other. And this leads to better decision making, better planning, and improves the likelihood of delivering expected business outcomes.
Organizations face challenges when confronted with a cloud migration, whether they are just beginning or are under pressure to accelerate their journey to the cloud. So where are organizations going wrong when planning and executing their cloud migration strategy?