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Service outages are no laughing matter. They are every IT department’s worst nightmare, with a potential to inflict a heavy toll on an organization’s bottom line. This article discusses the main causes and possible solution to be one step ahead.
Delta this week. Southwest last month. Jet Blue back in May. Which airline is next to suffer a major outage? Read more.
Greater numbers of IT departments have shifted their IT infrastructure towards the software-defined datacenter, but it also presents new risks that every IT manager should take into consideration when making this shift.
Waiting for bad things to happen is never a good practice, right? That’s why taking a proactive approach for prevention is always recommended, especially when it comes to your critical IT. Here are five things you can do to ensure the resilience of your critical IT infrastructure.
Analytics have become an inseparable part of our day-to-day lives with weather forecast and navigation systems. What’s making analytics so powerful and useful is the evolution from descriptive analytics to predictive and prescriptive analytics. Learn how it is also becoming an indispensable part the IT Operations tool set.
How can your organization effectively use Analytics to optimize IT operations? How can it help you make more informed decisions? Most importantly, how can your company avoid preventable downtime and service disruptions? Here are four helpful steps to prevent outages with IT analytics.
2015 was a fruitful year for us. We published dozens of content pieces such as blog posts, Surveys, eBooks and infographics we hope you liked. Check out what other users and readers found most useful in 2015.
Taking proactive measurements is extremely important when it comes to protecting your critical systems. Now, with our free vSphere Resilience HealthCheck, you can become a Hero and save your virtual infrastructure from misconfigurations and critical errors. Read through and learn how you can Win a GoPro HERO camera.
IT organizations are undergoing a significant transformation ever since virtualization has become a central part of IT operations. The majority of enterprises are heavily virtualized but at the same time, a growing percentage have multiple virtualization technology silos, each managed with its own administrative solutions and skills, increasing operational cost and complexity. So what can enterprises do to keep their virtualization infrastructure resilient?
As we are all witnessing how self-driving cars become a reality, IT teams may find some lessons that can already be learned from the autonomous vehicle in their automation plans.