You may not recognize the acronym BNY, but you’ve likely heard of the Bank of New York-Mellon (www.bnymellon.comhttp://www.bnymellon.com/), a worldwide investment management and investment services company headquartered in New York City. BNY Mellon competes in the rapidly changing global financial services marketplace, where IT is a key player in supporting the business by providing technology based solutions that enhance the businesses ability to be competitive and successful. With a global IT infrastructure consisting of multiple data centers, various hardware and software platforms, and many servers the capacity planning group has their hands full, ensuring that the appropriate amount of resources are available to handle all business, application and system requirements.
Now the art and science of capacity management is not new to Boris Gdalevich, Capacity and Performance Strategist at BNY Mellon. With a 15 year history in the Capacity Management discipline he’s seen a lot of changes in IT. As has Giuseppe Nardiello, Principle Product Manager at BMC Software, who also has a long and storied IT background.
Recently Boris and Giuseppe teamed up to produce a podcast discussing the evolution of capacity management and how BNY Melon has adapted their capacity management practice to keep up with increasing IT complexity and the steady decline of capacity planners. Whether you’re just establishing a capacity management practice or a seasoned professional listen to the podcast and learn…
- How the capacity management landscape has changed
- Why “automation” is the key ingredient for any organization implementing a capacity management process
- The contemporary challenges of capacity management and the approach BNY Mellon has taken
- The benefit and business value of an automated approach
“Automated capacity management – with Boris Gdalevich & Giuseppe Nardiello” – podcast and white paper is posted on the BMC Software web site at…http://bit.ly/NEgk1g