Transitional Data Services (TDS), a leading provider of services and software to manage the end-to-end process for data center and IT transformations, was recently recognized as a “cool vendor” by analyst firm Gartner.
Cool Vendors research helps companies stay ahead of the IT technology curve and make better strategic decisions about technology and services.
So, why was TDS honored with this designation? In addition to the completion of many successful data center projects, TDS’s TransitionManager solution reduces risk and automates many manual aspects of data center migration, transformation and relocation.
Our latest white paper, “Reducing Risk in IT and Data Center Transformation,” provides deeper insight into our remarkable TransitionManager software. Included is a full copy of the Gartner Cool Vendor report titled, “Cool Vendors in Data Center Management, Power and Cooling, 2015,” authored by Gartner analysts Henrique Cecci, Jay E. Pultz and April Adams.
// 451 Research TDS and the anatomy of datacenter relocations Analyst: Rick Kurtzbein 28 Jan, 2015 One of the most significant barriers to moving from an in-house to outsourced datacenter services model is migration.
The TDS application centric approach, with a business aligned and technology enabled methodology allows them to be highly successful."
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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.
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