Cloud management is a hot topic, so sizzling that every startup and ingrained vendor has some sort of tool for administering cloud computing environments. There are tools that guide, tools that provision, and tools that cross the divide between both. Then there’s just vaporware, and sifting through that can be a big challenge.
If your cloud deployment is fairly passive or not mission-critical, then you may not need a dynamic provisioning system. In those circumstances, the standard tools for resource adds/changes/removals included with the product may make the grade.
Managing Cloud means managing the huge batch of application stacks hosted on Cloud with right provisioning, architecting, configuring, and benchmarking. It also means controlling application performance and utilization of resources that leads to ultimate control on the virtually hosted resources with token efforts.
Our differentiated Cloud Management Services help companies reach their business targets with greater operational effectiveness, agility, security, governance and integration of components across the enterprise—from applications and platforms through cloud infrastructure. Our collection of cloud management tools will give you a flexible and scalable cloud computing strategy.
The shift to a digital operating model is easier said than done, but absolutely crucial in the survival of the fittest. To succeed, executives and top level managers must consider people, processes and technology in leading cloud transformation.. The Lifecycle Management (CLM) includes
Service Delivery: Includes provisioning, self‑service, service‑level management (SLA), regulatory compliance, availability auto‑scaling, high availability considerations, cloud bursting, continuity backup, failover, DR and security.
Service Operations: Includes monitoring, orchestration and automation, auditing, access management, incident management, metering and chargeback, cost management and optimization and continuous improvement through analytics.