CA Technologies has been recognized by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) as part of their Ten Priorities for Hybrid Cloud, Containers and DevOps in 2017 report. CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) was identified as one of the top three products for Single Pane of Glass Monitoring along with two products from Cloud Fabrix. According to the report, “EMA’s top three vendors address hybrid, cloud, container, and DevOps challenges in an innovative and convincing manner.”
“EMA research shows that the rapidly increasing use of public cloud technologies has led to cost overruns due to fragmented management of the individual resources,” said Torsten Volk, managing research director – Hybrid Cloud, SDDC & Machine Learning, EMA. “CA Unified Infrastructure Management provides visibility into everything including cloud, containers and traditional IT environments. This unified approach, reinforced by CA’s new log analytics component, helps bringing back centralized governance and control to today’s more and more fragmented hybrid cloud environments.”
The key advantages identified forf CA UIM include its comprehensive coverage for today’s modern, cloud based infrastructure through a single architecture, and its ability to enable IT professionals to proactively identify issues through the use of analytics. By providing end to end visibility and contextual intelligence across complex, hybrid infrastructures, CA UIM facilitates rapid issue identification and resolution before user experience is impacted.
“Today’s cloud and dynamic based infrastructures provide the agility businesses need to deliver differentiated customer experiences, but they also result in increasingly complex IT infrastructures,” said, Ali Siddiqui, general manager, Agile Operations, CA Technologies. “CA UIM provides an analytics driven, unified approach that eliminates the need to access and manage the multiple monitoring tools that are brought in as new infrastructure technology is acquired to help IT operations optimize the performance and maximize the value of their current resources and quickly adapt to tomorrow’s emerging technology trends.”
Latest posts by Kirstie Magowan (see all)
- Facilities Teams Need Better Preparation to Deal with Disasters - November 16, 2017
- Converging blockchain and next-generation artificial intelligence technologies to accelerate biomedical research - November 15, 2017
- UK Healthcare IT Professionals Not Confident in Ability to Respond to Cyberattacks - November 14, 2017