Data in all forms is today’s most powerful tool. The more data, the better equipped you are to make confident, business-critical decisions. Robust analytics and access to unlimited historical data points provides the crucial insight to keep your infrastructure performing optimally. With Galileo, IT teams can unify on-prem and off-prem performance monitoring, reporting, diagnosing and planning in comprehensive, visually intuitive dashboards.
Not only does Galileo provide ongoing proactive monitoring to prevent downtime and latency, the features and functionalities of Galileo can also serve as a strategic consultant. The operational intelligence allows IT teams to determine needs and outline roadmaps for critical initiatives such as:
- AI Infrastructure Planning
- Capacity Planning
- Cloud Migration
- Data Center Migration
- Health Assessments
- High Performance Computing
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Performance Optimization
- Server Consolidation
Are any of these initiatives being discussed at your organization? Our subject-matter experts would love to help walk you through a plan to ensure success, lower operations costs and increase operational efficiency.
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Business Use Cases Explained
IT organizations must take a proactive approach to their AI infrastructure optimization in order to meet the needs of internal stakeholders. By analyzing patterns and trends in data, IT can optimize utilization, increase agility and meet time-to-market pressures. In doing so, IT teams can effectively balance maintenance with innovation and drive the digital initiatives that propel business growth.
Without adequate monitoring and planning, the performance of your most critical applications and assets can suffer considerably. An imbalance in available data center resources can result in usability issues such as latency and packet loss and can lead to more severe complications including downtime and user frustration. As the number of complex, data-intensive applications required for daily operations increase (while budgets for supporting initiatives decline), capacity planning becomes one of the most critical endeavors for IT teams.
Utilization of the cloud has become an essential element of business processes in every industry, and the proof is in the investments. The vast majority of companies are increasing their cloud technology spend. Cloud implementation are a top priority for IT teams, followed closely by optimizing ROI and ensuring security. Migrating data and infrastructure to the cloud is more complex than project stakeholders initially realize. It’s not just about moving assets over to the new environment; those involved in the migration must also understand capacity and performance needs during planning and execution.
As end-user expectations increase, budgets tighten, security concerns rise and merger and acquisitions occur, data center migrations are increasingly common. If you’re planning to move your data center to a new facility, managed or cloud environment, you need a full understanding of the historical capacity and utilization patterns for your servers and storage assets.
Health assessment provide the integral data necessary to maintain your unique IT infrastructure. Current and future problem areas can be proactively identified and resolved or peace of mind achieved from learning that your infrastructure is performing optimally. Did you know that over 70% of organizations have correctable performance problems, so even the best-run data centers could use a tune-up?
Infrastructure teams often find themselves spending too many work cycles acting as systems administrators, managing their organization’s HPC cluster and maintaining performance data not visible to the end-user, rather than serving those end-users by improving their overall experience – ensuring consistency and mitigating latency across the HPC environment. Galileo is cloud-based and maintains all historical data at a granular level, freeing IT Managers to analyze performance trends and issues across their HPC environment for their predictive and preventive value.
In today’s corporate environment, organizations are likely faced with the complex issues of corporate acquisitions, mergers and consolidations. Your business goal is for the revenue and profitability of the new entity to be larger than the sum of the parts. So when you’re planning a merger or acquisition, you need to assess each business’ infrastructure and answer essential questions, such as “What are the capacity and utilization trends for their storage assets and servers?”
Anything that stands in the way of winning performance could be costing your company big in terms of productivity, customer service and profits. In order to support and provide the best experience for the workforce, businesses need a solution that continually monitors crucial infrastructure assets and can alert the IT team to problems that might prevent users from successfully interacting with key applications and solutions.
To run an efficient and high-performing IT environment, you need to explore your server inventory regularly to find opportunities for consolidation. The goal is to cut capital and operational expenses while providing enough resources to support your business. Because they lack reliable data, however, IT leaders often have to make critical judgments about server investments based on assumptions and gut feelings. Sadly, such decision making in the dark can lead to either excess server capacity or systems that slow down or go down. Galileo can survey your IT environment around the clock. Within minutes, it will serve up a feast of critical performance insights so you can make informed decisions about your requirements for servers.