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Why the Early Results of Observability Deployments Look So Promising

Editor’s Note: This is the second installment of a series of blog posts previewing our State of Observability 2024 survey report. In the first episode of this blog series, we looked at where IT organizations are in their observability journeys and found, rather surprisingly, that most enterprise IT organizations and MSPs were just getting started in observability. Yet 96% of respondents told us their observability solution was delivering the value they expected.

From the Edge to the Cloud - How HPE and OpsRamp Can Help Power & Manage Your Hybrid IT Estate

You may have heard the phrase “from the edge to the cloud” but what does it really mean, how can your organization take advantage of it, and how can HPE and OpsRamp, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, help? Edge to cloud refers to the fact that enterprise data is no longer confined to the traditional data center. It is being generated and processed at the edge in ever-increasing amounts, then stored in the cloud, and used by an increasingly distributed global workforce.

A Product Manager's Insights from KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024

I recently had the privilege of attending KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024 in Paris. The conference, hosted by the Linux Foundation, marked the 10th anniversary of Kubernetes. Here are the key takeaways and highlights from the conference.

The Five Ways OpsRamp Can Manage Your Virtualization Environment and Hybrid IT Landscape

In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, efficient management of virtualized environments is crucial for businesses to maintain operational excellence and a competitive advantage. These virtualized environments are the foundation of most private cloud initiatives. OpsRamp, a leading provider of digital operations management solutions and a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, offers a comprehensive set of capabilities tailored to streamline virtualization management.

This Earth Day, Gain New Sustainability Insights from your IT Infrastructure with OpsRamp and HPE

It’s April 22 and everybody knows today is Earth Day. But do you know how much energy your IT infrastructure is consuming and what that translates to in cost and carbon footprint? As we place more demands on our IT infrastructure to store and manage the reams of data we’re collecting and run advanced analytics and artificial intelligence on that data, we are inevitably consuming more energy in our data centers.

Why Storage Monitoring and Management is More Important Than Ever

In today's data-driven world, the importance of storage monitoring and management cannot be overstated. With the explosive growth of digital information, effective storage solutions and vigilant monitoring have become imperative for businesses to maintain agility, efficiency, security, and scalability. In this blog post, we’ll delve into why storage monitoring and management are crucial and explore practical methods for effective implementation.

Why Cloud Migrations and Repatriations are so Important and How to Get Them Right

Cloud computing has transformed the landscape of IT and business over the past several years, offering unparalleled speed, scalability, flexibility, and cost-efficiency to organizations of all sizes. However, amidst the widespread adoption of cloud technologies, there's a noteworthy phenomenon that's also gaining attention and traction: cloud migrations and repatriations.

The Top Five Benefits and Challenges of Hybrid Cloud

In recent years, hybrid cloud environments have emerged as a popular, if not de facto, choice for many organizations seeking flexibility, scalability, and security in their IT infrastructure. Industry research firm Mordor Intelligence pegs hybrid cloud as a nearly $130bn market in 2024, growing at a better than 22% clip over the next five years.

OpsRamp and the Rise of Observability

As IT environments become more complex, cloud-based and divided across microservices, containers, and serverless computing, opportunities to optimise efficiency and improve performance open up. From cost and capacity savings to improving the speed, responsiveness and reliability of apps, it’s clear businesses are increasingly making the connection between IT and commercial outcomes.