Why Workload Automation is a Critical Cloud-first Strategy
Every bold prediction of cloud pundits has come true over the years. Cloud computing has gone
way beyond its initial use case of easing the headache of maintaining basic IT systems. In fact,
research from Forbes expects investments of $277 billion in public cloud services by 2021 alone,
marking it as a bold foray into uncharted territories.
But, implementing a cloud ecosystem is one thing. Scaling it without bottlenecks is a different beast altogether. And this is exactly where cloud automation comes in.
Unboxing Cloud Automation: What It Is and How It Works
Automating workloads means that admins no longer need to execute mundane and repetitive tasks that eat away at their productivity. The immediate result? Breezy management of various cloud functions such as:
Challenges Faced By Cloud Environments
Although companies have been quick to turn to cloud computing, they have done so hastily and in an unplanned fashion. Lack of resources and inconsistent communication practices only add to the mayhem. The challenges include:
Cloud Automation: Productivity with Wings
Cloud automation explores productivity in a manner that removes inconsistency in communication practices. Immediate benefits of the technology include:
How to Implement Cloud Automation With Flint
Flint empowers you to bring every facet of your cloud ecosystem on the same boat. It then fills the arsenal with multiple workload automation capabilities such as:
This will enable you to bring your cloud utilization under control, lower your resource costs and
automate service requests.
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