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Gartner Market Guide for IT Infrastructure Monitoring Tools
With the onset of more modular and cloud-centric architectures, many organizations with disparate monitoring tools are reassessing their monitoring landscape. According to Gartner, hybrid IT (especially with IaaS subscription) enterprises must adopt more holistic IT infrastructure monitoring tools (ITIM) to gain visibility into their IT landscapes.

With the onset of more modular and cloud-centric architectures, many organizations with disparate monitoring tools are reassessing their monitoring landscape. According to Gartner, hybrid IT (especially with IaaS subscription) enterprises must adopt more holistic IT infrastructure monitoring tools (ITIM) to gain visibility into their IT landscapes.

The guide provides insight into the IT infrastructure monitoring tool market and providers as well as key findings and recommendations.

Get the 2018 Gartner Market Guide for IT Infrastructure Monitoring Tools to see:

  • The ITIM market definition, direction and analysis
  • A list of representative ITIM vendors
  • Recommendations for adoption of ITIM platforms

Key Findings Include:

  • ITIM tools are helping organizations simplify and unify monitoring across domains within a single tool, eliminating the problems of multitool integration.
  • ITIM tools are allowing infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders to scale across hybrid infrastructures and emerging architectures (such as containers and microservices).
  • Metrics and data acquired by ITIM tools are being used to derive context enabling visibility for non-IT teams (for example, line of business [LOB] and app owners) to help achieve optimization targets.
How to Pick a Cloud Your CIO Will Love: 13 Questions to Ask
This paper answers 13 of the top questions you should be asking yourself as you evaluate cloud providers.

You’ve been managing your infrastructure in-house and it’s become too much to maintain – from both a cost and labor perspective. It’s time to pick a cloud provider. But, you don’t know where to start. What sort of things should you look for? What’s really important? (Hint: there are more items to keep in mind than just the cost.)

Read our latest white paper, where we answer 13 of the top questions you should be asking yourself as you evaluate cloud providers.

Here’s a sneak peek:
•    What software and hardware technologies does the cloud provider utilize?
•    Is the environment public or private?
•    Is it self-managed by you or managed by the provider?

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