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Cloud computing holds the promise of elevating IT within the enterprise by addressing
the need for rapid service delivery.
Today, clouds can be implemented in a variety of ways: private, public, and hybrid.
This combination places IT in the unique role of being a service broker, enabling it to
provide a range of service delivery options. This allows applications and data to be
placed in the appropriate locations based on unique business requirements.
The mix of cloud services makes IT a critical service
broker, enabling it to deliver multiple application and data
delivery options to the right place with the right requirements.
IT resources are shared across multiple
organizations and are managed externally.
IT resources are dedicated to one organization.
A mix of public and private clouds are managed
singularly, yet able to expand as needed.
How does IT
keep up with
Obtaining services that deliver value and enable task
completion efficiently is as easy as downloading an application
or opening a public cloud service provider account.
Market dynamics and recent technology advancements have
fundamentally changed user expectations.
As a result, end users are tapping the public cloud as a shadow
IT department to meet their needs faster and more efficiently.
IT is now in a critical role of IT service broker, enabling it to
provide a range of service delivery options so applications
and data can be placed in the appropriate locations based
on business requirements.
Grasp the answer,
embrace the cloud
Find the right delivery options:
Provide data center
By consolidating many virtual machines onto one
physical server, organizations can improve efficiency
when provisioning and deprovisioning servers.
A cloud automation
solution needs to
Many solutions don’t automate the whole process and
require manual intervention. To maximize efficiency,
automating should address the entire process.
It’s important for IT to personalize self service access while still
maintaining governance and controls to meet business-speciﬁc needs.
The technology must work with the organization’s existing
tools, infrastructure, and processes to extend beyond IT
service provisioning. Full life-cycle management is critical
for moving beyond manually operating processes in silos.
This includes reprovisioning, reconﬁguring, snapshotting,
backing up, decommissioning, and archival tasks.
Customization is key
Find the right delivery options:
More staff time to
dedicate to strategic
resources on a
can help by:
1: Bringing modern capabilities
Automation ensures executives can respond
to and align IT with increased business needs.
2: Empowering administrators
Admins can rapidly automate, standardize, and govern
the entire process of cloud services delivery.
3: Accelerating deployment
All service deployment is accelerated, providing control needed
to leverage public cloud resources where appropriate.
4: Integrating IT infrastructure service offerings
Economics, speed of IT infrastructure, operations, and applications are
restructured to pool siloed resources into one infrastructure service
offering to different teams across the business.
The enterprise saw the need for a cloud automation
solution when IT delivery resources failed to meet
demand after a virtual infrastructure attempt.
Dow Jones evaluated automation software based on several criteria:
Ability to unify public and private
cloud resource management
Flexibility to integrate into the
Dow Jones environment
Scalability Cost effectiveness Speed to deployment
Using the VMware solution in the cloud environment, Dow
Jones standardized and automated its process to get more
control over IT resource deployment.
met all requirements
“With VMware, we have reduced the time needed to deploy virtual
machines, as well as the effort of individuals required to focus on
manual steps to provision. This is saving money by refocusing
toward strategic activities rather than building servers.”
Vice President of Global Systems, Dow Jones
To fully embrace the power of
public, private and hybrid cloud
environments, check out VMware
vCloud Automation Center at: