By now you've heard of hybrid cloud and while the offerings available might still seem a little... ah-hem... cloudy, we're here to help you figure out the best mix of cloud solutions for your business, as well as the right cloud model. Today we're talking about how HPE and Morpheus have teamed up to provide a hybrid cloud experience your IT employees will love.
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It’s no secret that HPE has been on the forefront of storage innovation for some time. Even with that knowledge, HPE’s recent announcement is still an exciting moment for IT leaders everywhere.
Batman and Superman. Iron Man and Captain America. Everyone loves when two giants in their own right come together for the common good. Simply put, everyone loves a superhero team up. Enter HPE and Nutanix.
Dynatrace is a software intelligence platform that utilizes a highly matured AI engine to monitor and optimize the critical facets of the day-to-day operations of your IT enterprise. This includes application performance and development, cloud infrastructure monitoring and digital experience management. Its overall mission is straightforward and simple:
As the advance of technology marches on, enterprises get caught up in the never-ending cycles of upgrades, implementation of new technologies, and decommissioning of legacy systems. This is especially true when it comes to the IT infrastructure, which forms the backbone of your enterprise’s digital existence.
Business models are constantly evolving as enterprises undergo digital transformation – an inevitability as industry moves towards the on-demand service that customers look for today. Last week we explored how HPE GreenLake can help build a custom solution for your business’s storage needs. Today, we’re diving into why it makes financial sense, too.
It’s an almost universal truth across industries these days that business models are changing as the pace of digital transformation gains speed. Today’s economy is focused on giving the customer what they want, when they want it, meaning IT teams must be both agile and flexible to support their business and see it succeed.
Nearly every enterprise is in the process of expanding their use of cloud. This makes a lot of sense; the cloud enables IT teams to speed up the delivery of services while reducing operational costs. The process is far from easy, however. Cloud implementation has become complex and difficult for businesses to handle without seeking qualified advice outside their internal IT resources—and without the right expertise of cloud-native automation, companies risk losing the benefits that prompted their cloud investment in the first place.
As enterprises continue evolving to meet the new challenges and opportunities of the digital era, IT leaders are faced with a daunting task: implement a flexible data center infrastructure that can support this new and ever-changing generation of technology solutions.
Information Technology as a Service (ITaaS) represents a change in paradigm when it comes to managing IT. When you treat IT as a service provider, you can ensure that your enterprise has exactly the right amount of hardware, software and support to fit the unique and changing needs of your business. You'll find that you are more agile and able to deal with whatever comes up. And, you'll find that, under an ITaaS model, you'll save time and money, dramatically improving your bottom line.