Enabling DRaaS Service Providers worldwide

Customer RMP Use Cases

 

  1. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Reduction
  2. Controlling Global IT Governance in a Hybrid Cloud Ecosystem
  3. Cloud Migration to the Hybrid, Public and Private Infrastructure
  4. Leverage Cost Effective Public Cloud Storage for Archiving Data
  5. Integration of Legacy Systems with Hybrid and Public Cloud
  6. Spend Analysis, Optimization, and Control
  7. Hybrid Enabled IT Service Management with Automation and Orchestration

 

1. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Reduction

Customers are heavily focused on reducing TCO through overall IT staffing reductions and outsourcing technology management. Automation of routine management and monitoring are key in helping to facilitate this.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • A 500+ template library for commonly used operations within Cloud platforms, DR tools, and administrative operations helping to eliminate human error.
  • A sophisticated analysis and pattern based orchestration engine which can be applied across all incorporated technologies reducing time spend on repetitive tasks.
  • The ability to onboard, deploy, and administer faster and more effectively by creating custom templates that can be incorporated and pushed down to customers.

2. Controlling Global IT Governance in a Hybrid Cloud Ecosystem

Individualized operating procedures combined with constantly changing, or a complete lack of, governance across different countries, Clouds and IT, creates a global governance nightmare. Creating a single governance model which can cohesively monitor dispersed systems is a key model which enables customers to successfully deliver on IT governance requirements.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • Unlimited SLA creation for virtually all deployed technologies regardless of geography or infrastructure provider. Infrastructure, applications, operating systems, services, and custom applications can all be monitored and reported on in real-time.
  • Sophisticated patented asynchronous communication with all monitored technologies that creates a deep analysis model for immediate evaluation of status.
  • Customization capabilities that allow unique and individualized commands to be executed simultaneously when evaluating applications and systems.
  • Multi-tiered groups of compound SLA monitoring and Health Check systems that create a sophisticated model which can be monitored 24/7.

3. Cloud Migration to the Hybrid, Public and Private Infrastructure

Understanding how to best migrate existing infrastructure to the Cloud is a top priority for virtually every enterprise. Critical system uptime, legacy tools, dispersed data storage, and multiple Cloud platforms all create complexities that prevent a smooth transition. Coordinating multiple data movement technologies, Cloud platforms, and resources becomes a necessity when migrating to the Cloud.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • Integration with Cloud, Infrastructure, Application, Service, and Operating System enabling a single point for monitoring and orchestration.
  • Department level segregated schedules for deployed solutions and access.
  • Simultaneous encryption key management for varied public cloud deployments.
  • Delivery of vendor neutral legacy application multi-tenancy and management for all leading DR and migration tools.

4. Leverage Cost Effective Public Cloud Storage for Archiving Data

With the increase of ongoing data archiving requirements, enterprises are faced with massive data storage needs that are difficult to cost justify. Public Cloud archiving costs continue to plummet creating an extremely cost effective, secure, and reliable solution for long term data storage. The complexity involved in discovering, cataloging, and copying the data however is the only drawback.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • A vendor neutral, department level data segregation and control capability for virtually all data replication solutions.
  • Multi-threaded integrated data archiving tools for all the major Cloud platforms.
  • Historical data capture that enables usage and cost comparison on a granular level, down to the department level resources across all infrastructures in use.
  • Secure encryption and license key management across all deployed clouds.
  • Predictive cost analytics that can be calculated across public Cloud for an accurate cost analysis.

5. Integration of Legacy Systems with Hybrid and Public Cloud

Transitioning existing legacy technologies, applications and systems into the Cloud can represent both technical and financial challenges. Investments in infrastructure for legacy systems have left many enterprises with little choice but to operate in a dual on-premises/Cloud deployed model. Therefore, the ability to leverage legacy tools and technologies represents a substantial investment savings.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • Integration with Cloud, Infrastructure, Application, Service, and Operating System enabling a single point for monitoring and orchestration, whether deployed on-premises or in the Cloud.
  • Direct communication for Support teams with on-premises deployed technologies in a secure multi-tenant manner.
  • A highly scalable, 5-Tiered, Multi-tenant platform that allows an entire ecosystem of customers, suppliers, ISVs, administrators and the like to co-exist and operate simultaneously.
  • Sophisticated rights to grant or deny access to each level within the platform.
  • Preconfigured integrations with the leading data management tools, enterprise applications, and Cloud platforms.

6. Spend Analysis, Optimization, and Control

Cloud costs quickly spiral out of control especially within enterprise organizations with fast paced growth. Increased visibility into costs across Clouds, infrastructure, and multi-vendor technologies with role-based visibility and usage analytics is a must. Predictive data capture and spend analysis enable customers to quickly determine the most cost effective Cloud infrastructure to use for each department’s deployment.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • Predictive cost analytics that can be calculated across Azure, AWS, Google and Softlayer for an accurate and on-demand cost analysis.
  • Historical data capture that enables usage and cost comparison on a granular level down to the department level resources across all infrastructures in use.
  • Charge backs to departments that can be captured across a vender neutral ecosystem of Clouds, technologies, services, and infrastructure.
  • Optimized costs using actual production usage data versus anticipated needs.

7. Hybrid Enabled IT Service Management with Automation and Orchestration

Enterprises recognize that their infrastructure must coexist across existing technology stacks as well as those deployed in the Cloud. Without an effective means of IT Service Management across Cloud and on-premises resources enterprise find that cost, complexity, and compliance fail. A unified management capability that can track business application health and SLAs across hybrid cloud deployments creates a compliant environment while increasing visibility and reducing support costs.

The Resiliency Management Platform enables this through:

  • A 500+ template library for commonly used operations within Cloud platforms, DR tools, and administrative operations helping to eliminate human error.
  • A sophisticated analysis and pattern based orchestration engine which can be applied across all incorporated technologies reducing time spend on repetitive tasks.
  • The ability to onboard, deploy, and administer faster and more effectively by creating custom templates that can be incorporated and pushed down to customers.