Patrick Campbell
Controlling Cloud Costs a Top Priority at Microsoft Ignite
BY Patrick CampbellPatrick Campbell

Last month at Microsoft Ignite, thousands of IT professionals gathered in Orlando, FL to learn about the latest multi-cloud strategies. With over 600 sessions dedicated to IT Cloud Infrastructure, multi-cloud initiatives were at the forefront of attendee attention—including Microsoft Azure migration. This interest extended to our BMC booth as Silver Sponsors for the Expo, where the most popular discussions were definitely around Discovery for Multi-Cloud, automated asset discovery and application dependency mapping, and TrueSight Cloud Cost Control, which helps enterprises visualize, plan, and control costs for multi-cloud initiatives. BMC Software Multi-Cloud Memory Game at Microsoft Ignite Both solutions resonated exceptionally well with the multi-cloud initiatives of our booth … [Read More]

The Subsystem Service Model Brings Agility, Efficiency, and Costs Savings to the Mainframe
BY Jeremy HamiltonJeremy Hamilton

For the computing world, the term “service” has taken on many different forms. Service Orientated Architecture, Software as a Service, and many others have changed the way we view the computer world. In its simplest form, creating a computing service is simply … [Read More...]

Why Control-M Customers Love Jobs-as-Code
BY Tina SturgisTina Sturgis

As DevOps becomes more the standard of how enterprises are delivering high-quality applications faster, our traditional customer is evolving right along with it. Operations team are down-right excited to get their development team involved to code jobs further … [Read More...]

5 Ways Multi-Cloud Discovery Can Enhance IT Security
BY Raphael ChauvelRaphael Chauvel

2017 is almost over and as expected, has achieved new records in technology adoption, driven by the transformation of traditional businesses into digital enterprises. While several huge security breaches have been in the news this year, the threat level … [Read More...]

Network Engineer vs Network Administrator: Roles, Responsibilities, and Job Descriptions
BY Stephen WattsStephen Watts

Network engineers and network administrators are common positions in the IT field, and both can hold a lot of clout. While it’s possible for the jobs to sound similar in descriptions and functions, and have some real overlap in responsibilities, there are … [Read More...]

Service Management in an Era of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
BY Vidhya SrinivasanVidhya Srinivasan

The shift People. Process. Technology. Those three words are the golden triangle for a successful transformation. The first and the last are undergoing drastic shifts as we speak. Millenials are entering the workforce at a rapid pace. Over 50% of the … [Read More...]

Setting Your Cloud Path: A Journey to Multi-Cloud and Beyond
BY Bhupinder MahiBhupinder Mahi

The other day, my colleague said “Moving to the cloud should be as easy as moving house.” Now, I can’t vouch for her experience in regards to a house move, but mine certainly wasn’t “easy.” My wife and I visited over 10 places before we agreed on the one we … [Read More...]

Announcing TrueSight 11
BY Shayne HigdonShayne Higdon

Today, at our New York BMC Exchange event, we announced the release of TrueSight 11.0. I could not be more excited about what this delivers to our customers and the market. I’d like to thank the dozens of customers and partners that participated in our beta … [Read More...]

Using Apache Pig and Hadoop with ElasticSearch with The Elasticsearch-Hadoop Connector
BY Walker RoweWalker Rowe

Here we show how to retrieve data from ElasticSearch using Apache Pig. The reason for doing that is Pig is much easier to use that Java, Scala, and other tools for doing data extraction and transformation ElasticSearch. (You can read our introduction to Apache … [Read More...]

Using ElasticSearch with Apache Spark
BY Walker RoweWalker Rowe

ElasticSearch is a JSON database popular with log processing systems. For example, organizations often use ElasticSearch with logstash or filebeat to send web server logs, Windows events, Linux syslogs, and other data there. Then they use the Kibana web … [Read More...]

IDUG Portugal – Another Successful EMEA Conference
BY Phil GraingerPhil Grainger

As I settled into my flight home, I couldn’t help reflect on all the wonderful, inspiring events that transpired this past week at IDUG EMEA in Lisbon. As per usual, the completely volunteer, user-based organization put on such a professional and informative … [Read More...]