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Operating in the cloud can have some great benefits compared to operating with on-premises software. That’s why surveyed IT professionals predict 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by the year 2020.
As technology evolves, organizations are trying to make sense of the differences between on-premises, cloud, and hybrid environments. We’ve created this “day in the life comparison” infographic to help you explore their daily advantages, disadvantages, costs, and concerns.
As a follow-up to our primer on capacity management for the cloud, this webinar focused on the first-step toward cloud existence: transition and migration.
Demands for services are increasing. High performance and reliability are expected. Yet budgets, labor and floor space are all being constrained. That’s where capacity management comes in. Capacity management can improve efficiency and guarantee reliability of your business systems.
As IT infrastructures continue to grow more complex, finding performance bottlenecks gets hard. That’s why it’s absolutely essential that IT teams have the tools, training, and resources necessary to quickly identify causes of poor application performance.
Capacity Planning Takes the Right Balance of People and Technology
Queuing theory is the study of queues, otherwise known as waiting lines. It sounds straightforward. But unless you have an advanced math degree, queuing theory can be difficult to understand. That’s why we’re clarifying queuing theory basics.