In this three-part handbook, learn about key cloud service-level agreement topics, including: three steps that will help organizations create effective cloud SLAs, why hybrid cloud SLAs are harder to define, how to avoid critical public cloud mistakes, and more.
IT executives and their teams need a comprehensive and accurate view of IT services. A service catalog includes all relevant details about your services, including which service level agreements (SLAs) are associated with it, who is able to request it, how much it costs, and how to fulfill it. This paper describes the IT Infrastructure...
Faced with the need to meet client demands for cloud-based IT support, systems integrator Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) needed to find a new infrastructure that was built to handle cloud deployments. Read this case study to discover the approach they took.
Managing your network is no easy task, hence the reason managed service providers (MSPs) exist. In this resource, explore the advantages of outsourcing to an MSP and best practices for finding the right MSP for your organization.
This case study explores the solution one of your peers implemented to meet the growing needs of their client base, ensure availability, performance, and security, and increase their competitive advantage in the cloud services market.
The limited amount of infomation provided by traditional DB2 for z/OS monitoring makes it difficult and time-consuming to isolate problems within the multiple layers of today's Java, CLI (SAP), and .NET applications. Read this paper to discover a monitoring alternative that provides the detailed information needed for modern applications.
Third party maintenance companies offer cost effective maintenance and support agreements that save as much as 40% in ongoing maintenance costs while keeping service levels agreements (SLA's) the same, if not improving them. Read this comprehensive white paper to see if third party maintenance might be right for your organization.