Determine which services and workloads are the most valuable in your data center
Which services in your data center are business critical, and which are not? Optimizing and standardizing services in your IT environment are key to creating a strategic data center.
IBM’s fit-for-purpose and business criticality assessments are designed to analyze your workloads and determine which services to keep and which to leave behind. By mapping workloads to their most valuable platform and segmenting them into service tiers—you can reduce cost, risk and management complexity. For the services that remain, creating standard policies help lay the groundwork for automation—and ultimately, technologies like cloud computing, social, mobile and analytics.
Determine which services to keep and which to retire
Establish standard policies
Establish procedures to perform repetitive tasks consistently and reliably
Prepare for automation
Build the foundation for automation and cloud computing—which can help your organization support social, mobile and analytics capabilities
Understand the options
Business value of managed services
An IDC study shows how companies using IBM Managed Services gained significant benefits.
Data center network security for cloud computing
Enable cloud computing with a scalable and security rich network
Pervasive technology trends shaping the business and the implications for your data center
Learn how predictive analytics help design data center strategies that capitalize on emerging technologies.