The Evolution of Cloud Ops
Author: Kalibr8 Marketing
Article
Date: August 31, 2022

The cloud has driven the digital transformation of our society as one of the most integral precursors to the fervent innovation we see today, a key contributor to enabling an array of efficacious technologies that have integrated throughout our cities, businesses, and homes. As cloud infrastructures and solutions continually evolve to provide a myriad of extensive benefits, they have largely become a prerequisite for many organisations involved in congested and competitive markets.

Today, businesses across all sectors are vastly increasing their cloud adoption, but what provides industry frontrunners their competitive edge is their ability to optimise the services that they opt for, enabling them to maximise their productivity while minimising their costs. The difficulty of managing cloud costs and simultaneously delivering substantial cloud value is underestimated by a considerable number of companies who overextend themselves without first developing a thorough understanding of cloud management tools.

The immense shift toward cloud adoption within recent years is reflective of the compound benefits that can be acquired through successful cloud initiatives. However, many of the businesses focused on undergoing a digital transformation fail to introduce proper spending structures and are culpable of exacerbated expenditure in the area, with the IDC estimating that 10-30% of all cloud spending is unnecessary.

Becoming a digitally native enterprise requires cloud optimization; Cloud Ops leverages the tools available to provide effective cloud management and actionable analytics that can be used to reduce the wastage that hinders many organisations’ growth. Some of the core principles for pursuing successful cloud economics include:

  • Visibility – Tools tailored to company needs are key to providing the ‘real’ data visibility and transparency that provide the basis for decision making
  • Conclusions – Many cloud services fail to provide holistic recommendations that incorporate a variety of approaches; drawing the right decisions from your data and models requires a breadth of knowledge and insight that analyses multiple sources
  • Results – Clarifying the implications of any course of action is integral with assessments often revealing hidden internal obstacles that the data translation did not account for

We at Kalibr8 optimise infrastructure and business with our cloud optimisation SaaS which is designed to deliver automated and easy-to-use cloud cost solutions to enterprises. Kalibr8 advanced scheduling allows you to manage cloud resources easily, with little hassle, and securely to ensure that your budgets are being maximised.

Regardless of how much your business has progressed in its cloud journey, our cloud operations services ensure scalability, reliability, and ease of use for users and developers, providing the necessary flexibility needed to incorporate the most up-to-date cloud devices and solutions.

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