Why better infrastructure visibility means better decision-making
IT departments continually struggle with setting up and maintaining an increasing number of applications and services needed to help drive business revenues. Because of the time it takes to get new applications up and available for use, IT is often seen as “slow to respond.” Requests that seem like they should be done in days can often take weeks to complete. This is because IT departments have to worry about changes in the environment that might start disrupting other existing applications. Add to that the concern about separate management domains, fault domains, resource monitoring, future capacity, current utilization and a host of other concerns, and it is easy to see why the time it takes to roll out new applications can seem to drag.
In today’s dynamic data center environment, visibility of how the infrastructure is performing is vital. CIOs and other IT executives want to see overviews and summaries of the data center’s status, including progress toward completion of business-driven initiatives. System administrators want to understand the state of their data center via various views and be able to identify problems readily when (and ideally before) they happen. IT operators want to be able to recognize issues, drill-down to isolate them, and then take action.
Solution: HPE OneView Global Dashboard
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