Tag Archives: Virtualization Operations Management

New Operations Management for Virtualization and Clouds White Paper Released

PerformanceManagementThe Virtualization Practice has released a major update to its Operations Management White paper. This paper covers both Operations Management of Virtualized and Cloud environments, and Infrastructure Performance Management of Virtualized and Cloud environments. Continue reading New Operations Management for Virtualization and Clouds White Paper Released

Big Data Operations Management

PerformanceManagementVirtualization and cloud computing are not just innovations that require the support of new environments in existing operations management solutions. Instead, virtualized and cloud based environments are so different from their predecessors that an entirely new management stack will have to be built in order to effectively manage these environments. This new stack will be so different that it will replace, instead of augment the legacy/incumbent management stacks from legacy vendors. This ushers in the era of Big Data Operations Management. Continue reading Big Data Operations Management

2011 Winners and Losers in Virtualization Management

The virtualization management industry (all aspects of physical systems monitoring, virtual systems monitoring, applications monitoring, and systems/applications provisioning) is undergoing an extremely rapid rate of change. In 2011, VMware put two very important stakes in the ground. The first was to combine performance management, capacity management, configuration management with self-learning analytics in vCenter Operations. The second was to state that its forward going management strategy was around delivering OPEX savings through automated remediation (monitor–>remediate–>notify). These VMware initiatives will shape how management plays out in 2012, and create new winners and losers. Continue reading 2011 Winners and Losers in Virtualization Management