Powerful and comprehensive Infrastructure Management across all domain
CA Technologies offers a comprehensive and unified approach to IT infrastructure management. These solutions can monitor and manage the availability and performance of your IT assets and services within traditional data centers as well as newer public cloud environments. Your organization’s overburdened IT operations teams can quickly and easily access the information they need to improve service quality, predictability and efficiency with less effort and reduced costs.
Dusten Tornow, Director Product Development, OneNeck IT Solutions; Umair Khan, Principle Product Marketing, CA Technologies
In today's digital economy, technology is seen as a key driver of innovation and efficiency. CIOs are no longer responsible solely for the management of IT—they are now also supporting business growth by reducing costs, increasing efficiencies and driving innovation, all in an effort to build a strategic advantage. Combining the power of public cloud platforms such as Microsoft Azure™ with private cloud and traditional infrastructure expands your IT capabilities for a more flexible, agile and scalable environment. Join us for this session to learn how OneNeck IT Solutions leverages CA Unified Infrastructure Management to proactively and efficiently ensure the performance of these environments, freeing IT staff to focus on strategic goals while still optimizing service levels.
Application experience is determined by the performance of the infrastructure that powers it. CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) provides the most comprehensive solution for managing the experience of modern cloud and hybrid IT infrastructures. With the new releases of CA UIM, we continue to introduce exciting new capabilities spanning cloud, analytics and rapid configuration to help you proactively and efficiently manage the experience of today’s highly dynamic and DevOps centric environment.
In this session we will share:
• New out of the box dashboards that provide actionable insight across hybrid infrastructures
• Enhanced monitoring that provides deeper insights into Microsoft Azure-based apps and services
• Upcoming log analytics and auto¬¬-app infrastructure discovery and configuration capabilities
• New integration between CA SystemEdge and CA UIM
• And much more...
If you think about traditional enterprise IT today, it tends to have well established, and sometimes functional, storage systems, network topologies, compute virtualization and governance models that need to be thought about in a slightly different way in a world with infinitely scalable and globally available IT resources.
As more companies realize this, they are also beginning to understand that running their own infrastructure typically doesn’t help them meet their business goals. On top of this, many large organizations are burdened with decades of technical debt, bureaucracy, politics, fear of change, and IT operating models that need to be redesigned to take advantage of what the cloud has to offer.
In this session Stephen Orban will go over some of the patterns he is seeing in enterprises that are benefiting from the cloud, and that will leave you today with a better understanding of how the cloud can help you meet your objectives at a pace that you’re comfortable with, that will accelerate over time, and allows you to take advantage of your existing investments.
Monitoring and management of cloud-based production environments is often an afterthought. Why? Because there are so many other aspects to worry about, such as security, cost management, governance, etc. Monitoring often falls by the wayside or it is assumed the native tools from the cloud provider are sufficient for the task. The value of monitoring and management is not just the data points on applications, databases, storage and compute performance, but perhaps more importantly, the trends the tools may be seeing through predictive analytics. Trend analysis means gathering many data points over time and drawing conclusions as to what they mean.
Join this session with cloud management expert David Linthicum to understand the most important monitoring and management concepts. Topics to be covered will include:
• The need to span all of the clouds that you’re leveraging – private, public and hybrid.
• The need to archive historical monitoring data and analyze over time to note trends and predict when problems may arise.
• The need to pre-program responses to common issues and take automated corrective actions to “self heal” without manual intervention
• The need to map a cloud management strategy that is right for you and ensure you get things right the first time.
Cloud-based infrastructures are key enablers of applications and business models in today’s digital age. But every application or digital service use case is usually best suited to a certain type of platform. In this session, Zafir Yousaf will share how Telefonica UK has built a hybrid cloud infrastructure leveraging private cloud technologies such as VMware and public cloud providers such as Amazon Web Services. CA Unified Infrastructure Management is at the center of its infrastructure, as a strategic monitoring solution. Yousaf will also provide insights into building, automating and monitoring hybrid cloud environments so that IT teams can hide inherent complexity from users while delivering flexibility and efficiency.
In today’s healthcare market, rapid technological innovation and changing expectations of patients and consumers are poised to create a perfect storm of disruption. Fundamentally, if they are to thrive moving forward, healthcare providers and payers will need to meet intensifying demands to boost efficiency and agility, while offering an enhanced experience. To meet these goals, IT teams need to gear up their IT infrastructure performance monitoring approach to ensure a seamless user experience across increasingly hybrid, complex and dynamic infrastructures.
Session Learning Objectives:
1) Identify measures to proactively and efficiently ensure performance of new dynamic infrastructures, such as cloud and containers
2) Determine methods to adopt a patient-centric approach to IT monitoring spanning hybrid infrastructures and critical applications
3) Describe best practices for transforming infrastructure monitoring
When it comes to business success today, it’s all about the software. As a result DevOps has become a strategic imperative within virtually every business in every industry. However, without an adequate hybrid IT infrastructure monitoring approach, many organizations are seeing their DevOps initiatives stifled. Join us in this webcast to learn:
• Why DevOps demands for a new, better approach to infrastructure monitoring?
• How to transform your monitoring approach to better support DevOps?
• What tangible benefits your organization can achieve from a DevOps enabled approach?
• How CA Technologies and PagerDuty can help you?
Organizations in virtually every industry and of every size are growing increasingly reliant upon cloud services like AWS and modern enabling technologies like Docker, Nutanix, OpenStack and Pure Storage. While these dynamic environments deliver unparalleled advantages, they also pose unprecedented challenges, particularly for those enterprises saddled with disjointed point monitoring tools. Attend this webcast and find out how service providers can deliver compelling monitoring services that address an urgent and growing market demand. Join us in this session to discover:
• The key ingredients of a holistic hybrid cloud and IT monitoring strategy.
• High-value managed service offerings that can help your business stand out from competition.
• The opportunities for delivering monitoring services for AWS, Docker, Nutanix, OpenStack and Pure Storage.
• How CA Unified Infrastructure Management is helping service providers maximize these opportunities.
Learn how the IT operations team at University of Chicago built a centralized and service centric approach to IT infrastructure monitoring. The University of Chicago is using CA Unified Infrastructure Management (CA UIM) to implement a central, integrated approach for monitoring IT systems, applications, networks, VoIP phones, data center infrastructure and business services. Be it PBX phones or data center water chillers, they are monitoring it all centrally. This approach has resulted in enhanced visibility across the organization and reducing outages by up to 300%.
In just a few short years, we’ve moved from being a web-economy to an application economy. One of the underlying reasons are thousands of new Internet of Things (IoT) applications, from manufacturing sensors to medical devices, automobiles to homes. Industry experts predict IoT has the potential for an economic benefit of up to $6.2 trillion by 2025. Are you ready to address the fast-approaching era of hyper-connectivity and voluminous data with your business networks? Do you have a strategy to turn your IoT into sustainable growth opportunities? Do you have the visibility to ensure your network can support these new applications and the flood of data that comes with them? Join Frank Diana, Futurist and Digital Transformer with Tata Consultancy Services, to learn the new meaning of having a IoT-connected business in the future. He will be joined by Bernard Clairmont, Presales Consultant with CA Technologies, to explain the importance of having a sophisticated network performance management and diagnostic solution to be ready for the future of connectedness.
New to CA UIM Snap? We would like to take this opportunity to ensure you get the most out of your download. Watch this webcast to find out how you can start monitoring and reporting on your IT environment in less than hour.
This webcast will cover how to:
• Install CA Unified Infrastructure Management Snap
• Configure monitoring for your environment
• View and manage alarms and schedule reports
• Find out the difference between Snap and the CA UIM Premium edition