As more organizations leverage software-defined datacenter technology to increase resource utilization and automate IT processes, what does this mean for how IT can organize itself to optimize results?
There are a variety of ways IT can transform itself to increase agility, reduce costs, and improve quality of service.
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The Orchestrated Cloud (Venyu)
The Software Defined Admin – orchestrates provisioning, scaling, incident response and disaster recovery.
When all resources in the datacenter can be manipulated via API (Software-defined data center), the traditional role of the IT admin and how admins are grouped in the IT organization will change.
This means that IT has a great opportunity to reinvent itself as a strategic business enabler. The question is whether you're ready to rise to the occasion.
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