As enterprises increasingly rely on open cloud environments and next-generation application architectures, conventional and agile IT can be at odds with one another. But what if you could operate more efficiently while becoming more agile? What if you could balance conventional and agile IT?
Most companies are spending 80% of their IT budgets to maintain their current infrastructures. Cutting costs—without gaining efficiency—can bring innovation to a halt though.
New Gartner research predicts that 75% of IT organizations will have a bimodal capability by 2017.
The Middleware Services Group within Information Technology Services (ITS) at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill needed a comprehensive, dynamic solution for frequent server provisioning requests and, in particular, managed servers.
Containers offer significant opportunities to improve the speed and quality of development, testing, and deployment. But current approaches to container management can hinder getting the maximum benefit from them.
A new UBM Tech survey found that 60% of IT decision makers run one or more private clouds within their organizations.
At Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), large amounts of up-to-the-minute information must be available to engineers at facilities all over the world.
This whitepaper discusses the benefits of revitalizing your virtualized environments in a way that allows you to optimize your current IT infrastructure while planning an evolutionary path for the cloud. It includes use cases and some information about private cloud environments.
This infographic is a strategy guide for addressing virtualization roadblocks by embracing a multi-hypervisor strategy. It identifies typical roadblocks, provides strategies for addressing them, and includes criteria for evaluating your current strategy.