How A Data-Driven Approach To IT Tooling Can Address Today's Escalating Hybrid Ops Challenges
Many IT infrastructure organizations are struggling to deliver the higher availability and performance required to meet today’s escalating business needs, despite the growing array of monitoring and management tools they’ve deployed.
And, adopting a new set of Cloud services has forced IT organizations to add even more tools to their arsenal and creating an even greater “Tool Sprawl”.
Ironically, this proliferation of management tools is making it even more difficult for IT infrastructure organizations to administer their ‘hybrid’ IT resources.
The ‘silo’ nature of tool ownership and utilization is adding more management costs, limiting end-to-end visibility, and leaving many critical functional requirements unmet.
In many cases, the IT infrastructure staff is either unable to find the data it needs to make timely decisions or is inundated with fragmented data that can’t be used to make strategic moves.
Given the escalating business pressures of today’s marketplace, the stakes have become too high for IT organizations to continue to struggle with the inefficiencies caused by this kind of Tool Sprawl.
This white-paper will discuss why enterprises need to solve the Tool Sprawl problem now, and how a new data-driven approach to tools rationalization can quickly improve their IT infrastructure operations to both optimize cost and better support their digital transformation objectives.
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