(Note: This blog is an excerpt from Tom Petrocelli’s current report: Infrastructure as Code: Managing Hybrid Infrastructure at Scale) Key Stakeholders: CIO, Sysops, System Admins, Network Admins, Storage Admins, IT Operations Managers Why It Matters: New software architectures continue to add complexity to it infrastructure management. At the same time, organizations expect IT to deploy…
We have just published a new document from Tom Petrocelli analyzing Red Hat’s $250 million acquisition of CoreOS and why it matters for DevOps and Systems Architecture managers. This report is recommended for CIOs, System Architects, IT Managers, System Administrators, and Operations Managers who are evaluating CoreOS and Red Hat as container solutions to support…
Recommended Research for: CIOs, CFOs, IT Controllers, Finance, IT Service Managers, and Business Managers purchasing cloud services.
Amalgam Insights has just published a Market Milestone describing why CloudHealth Technologies’ $46 Million Series D round is important for executives seeking to manage their cloud environments. At a time when multi-cloud management is imminent and businesses manage over $40 billion in cloud computing spend, CloudHealth Technologies’ Series D Round provides the resources to pursue international business and larger enterprise deals.
To learn more about CloudHealth Technologies and its role in a Cloud Service Management market that Amalgam estimates will be over $900 million in 2025;
Recently, Amalgam Insights attended HPE Discover, HPE’s semi-annual show devoted to its enterprise offerings. Our firm was especially interested in seeing how HPE would position itself after having divested much of its software portfolio to Micro Focus and then spin-merging its Enterprise Services division with CSC to form DXC Technology on April 1st of this year.
In HPE’s General Session and subsequent presentations, several key themes emerged in HPE’s positioning. The most obvious is that, in consolidating HPE’s offerings to servers, storage, and networking, the company is now focused on being the arms dealer for hybrid IT support. This is based both on the core HPE portfolio of technology and services as well as removing the business services and complementary technologies that were previously seen as competitive to potential HPE competitors. This fundamental change should serve HPE well.
How HPE found its focus
Amalgam Insights (AI) recently attended Informatica World 2017, where executives, partners, and customers provided backing for Informatica’s ability to support “The Disruptive Power of Data,” (an Informatica-trademarked phrase) as well as its positioning as the Enterprise Cloud Data Management leader.