These days, everyone is talking about digital transformation. Businesses are striving to introduce innovative new applications and experiences for their customers. This puts the pressure on IT staff to not just keep pace with the changes – but build an IT environment that is agile and able to withstand the inherent upgrades and new applications without missing a beat.
The problem is that if you don’t account for the complexities and interdependencies across the IT landscape, it often leads to delays, breakdowns, and disruption to critical business services which impacts company revenue and generates internal frustration.
Introducing TransitionManager, a unique software platform specially built to orchestrate complex data center and hybrid cloud migrations and establish a dynamic, resilient IT environment. This unique software has accelerated data center, cloud and hybrid IT migrations, saving millions of dollars and countless hours of frustration.
Developed by some of the industry’s most experienced cloud migration experts, TransitionManager’s visualization tools show you every known data point and how the dependencies interact, as well as highlighting where gaps exist, and drawing attention to data points that require further investigation.
Once you’re ready for the move, runbooks are created for each event in order to orchestrate the step-by-step process of human and automated tasks during a migration event. These runbooks ensure you avoid the inefficiencies, downtime, human error and other risks common to working with disparate tools.
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