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IT WORKFLOW di OpManager

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IT Workflow Automation
Administrators have preset routine (run book) tasks to perform either during network faults or as an on-going maintenance task. These first level troubleshooting steps and repetitive laborious maintenance tasks can now be orchestrated and automated through powerful IT workflow automation engine. OpManager’s IT workflow automation: Code-free IT workflow automation with out-of-the-box checks and actions.An agile and flexible drag-n-drop workflow builderInitiate IT workflow on network faults or on a routine basisRecord the IT workflow procedures as an XML and ensure structured practices across ITAudit trails of workflow progresses and logs with detailed workflow execution log reports Code-free IT workflow automation with out-of-the-box checks and actions Over 70 workflow checks and actions grouped under 9 different categories, including VMware ESX actions are available for you to construct a powerful workflo…

Prediksi IDC dan FORRESTER RESEARCH untuk 2016

Over the past month, IDC and Forrester Research, two of the largest and most venerable analyst firms, have released 2016 predictions – and many readers will find their reports disquieting indeed (unfortunately, neither IDC’s FutureScape 2016 or Forrester’s Predictions 2016: The Cloud Accelerates are freely available to the general public).  Forecast 2016: 5 fast-track trends to tackle now IT will drive business change in 2016 thanks to these key tech developments. READ NOW I believe that we’re in the beginning stages of an IT landscape transformation and, from these reports, it appears these firms share this belief. Moreover, they contain predictions that should frighten most vendors. Simply stated, this landscape transformation is bringing a new set of dominant vendors to the fore to the disadvantage of legacy players. According to IDC and Forrester, the next five years will bring immense change and disruption to the IT industry. I see this every day, but my sense is most people in th…

Data yang meningkatkan performansi

What Is the Data that Drives Performance?
By Joe Hessmiller Research indicates despite everything we’ve tried, project success rates have hardly budged in 30 years. A McKinsey & Company study of 5,400 large scale IT projects (projects with initial budgets greater than $15M) found that the well-known challenges with IT Project Management are persisting. Among the key findings quoted from the report: “17 percent of large IT projects go so badly that they can threaten the very existence of the company. On average, large IT projects run 45 percent over budget and 7 percent over time, while delivering 56 percent less value than predicted”. Additionally, IBM found only 40% of projects ever met schedule, budget and quality goals. Looking at the numbers, we can see there is plenty of opportunity for improving challenged project success rates. In 2012, the CHAOS report found that only 39% of projects were deemed successful, and 18% were just plain failures. The remaining 43% were considere…