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.
Over the past few years, vendors from across IT have introduced “observability” tools or platforms. But what’s it really mean? And is it enough?
As IT environments continue to come increasingly complex, it is harder for teams to identify all interdependent assets and services that must be moved together to ensure business systems are not disrupted. This post will examine how TransitionManager helps teams get more value from tools they already have by integrating them to work together as a toolchain, and how leveraging automation to accelerate execution so teams can more quickly realize the benefits of cloud by migrating to AWS faster.
As many businesses rush to adopt cloud computing processes, it is not an easy initiative, it can be expensive and the migration process can be a drain on critical IT resources. But companies can keep costs low and make sure their team is working efficiently by implementing some key strategies.