London/Manchester, December 2013 – Many industries see a shift away from a ‘box and wires’ view of their IT Infrastructure towards more intelligent and efficient software solutions. Increased pressure from regulatory bodies, internal and external Audit or Compliance departments leave less resources for demanding day-to-day operational tasks. As IT Infrastructure becomes increasingly complex so do the myriads of different work streams that are needed to keep large, global Datacenters running and server downtime to an absolute minimum. Often traditional tools and methods like threshold breach driven alerting, discrete measurements, disjointed or non-existing application views paired with reactive Support models and unreliable inventory data mean that ‘keeping the lights on’ can be a daunting undertaking that often results in operational ‘fire fighting’.
As the impact of those factors and its implications to sustainable and IT dependant businesses become more apparent there is a significant change in the Infrastructure and Datacenter Management Software landscape. Structured and targeted analytics replace operational guesswork, predictive diagnostics replace uncertainty, Datacenter configuration drift is understood and addressed, random resource access is replaced by channelled, risk avoiding methods and Datacenter Inventories and Golden Source data are no longer maintained manually but automatically updated through discovery methods.
threeisquared are committed to driving the change towards automated and efficient Datacenter Management. On December 5 2013 we partner up with TechHub Manchester and industry leaders Barclays and IBM to enter a dialog about changes in our industry and how entrepreneurship will shape the Future Of Enterprise Software.