Managing Next Generation Workloads
Project and Program: Enterprise Data Center
, Data Center Management
, SHARE San Jose 2017
The Business move to Cloud requires IT adding new workloads and modernizing existing workflow process more dynamically than ever before. IBM has enabled organizations to embrace bold strategies to optimize increasingly complex and dynamic business services, processes and business partner relations.
In this session, the speaker focuses is on how the nature & requirements of Applications is evolving … and the effect it has placed on AppDev & IT Operations Departments. The era of Cloud - Requires digital engagement, rapid delivery of client facing applications, and new consumption models with focus on business outcomes and end user experience. Hybrid Applications - Clients in most industries are rapidly moving to models where their applications are hosted in a mixture of On-premises infrastructure and Cloud Infrastructure (public and private, IaaS and PaaS).
The nature of “building & managing new workloads” is evolving … and the ways an adaptive IT Service Management Model for Operations can meet this challenge. End User Experience – It’s no longer only about Operations managing the infrastructure; rather DevOps teaming to jointly manage production and the application performance to ensure the optimal end user experience. Analytics clients are looking for analytics to solve problems even faster, bridging the skills gap with less SMEs while on-boarding a new IT staff workforce. Hybrid Management - As with Hybrid Applications, management solutions are increasingly hybrid – hybrid technologies and hybrid delivery models such as on-premise and SaaS together are needed to meet new Dev/Cloud delivery targets and Operational quality of service standards for the Business.-Rich Garcia-IBM Corporation
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