Managing data for a flexible changeover that is simplifying, optimising new digital technologies with control over visibility, automation, security, migration, and compliance.
The digital revolution brings with it an exponential rise in the number the digital devices we now use on an everyday basis. This generates a huge amount of data that is invaluable to understand today's digitally savvy, born-in-the-clouds consumer.
Data Centre Management refers to the role of individuals (data centre managers) tasked within a data centre to oversee technical and IT issues. This includes management of computer and server operations, analysing and cleansing large amounts of data, services and applications with protection and security of the data. Some of these tasks must be directly managed, many can be automated, thereby reduce the number of on-site employees, eliminate unnecessary manual tasks, and reduce associated business costs.
Most Data Centre managers are heavy on responsibilities but light on personnel. IT organisations naturally spend more on programming talent than they do on Data Centre staff; this spending mismatch does not detract from the fact that Data Centre responsibilities get heavier each year and everything grinds to a halt when the Data Centre crashes. At ProSol, we follow a business-focused approach to data management by aligning analytics and technology. Our workload-centric architectures are designed to meet the different needs of business stakeholders.
To keep it simple, we monitor, analyse, and automate. Click here…