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How IT Operations Can Survive And Thrive In A Multi-cloud World

Bill Talbot
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Bill Talbot
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IT operations teams are contending with the reality that growing volumes of workloads are running across multiple cloud services. While multi-cloud environments are growing ubiquitous, many IT operations teams are still trying to get by with the same tools they’ve been using for years. The reality is that many tools designed to optimize on-premises data center resources simply don’t suffice for applications and workloads running in public clouds. Consequently, as the use of cloud services grows prevalent, so does the incidence of cost overruns and security exposure. New approaches are required for IT and cloud operations teams to succeed in today’s multi-cloud world.

To read the full article as published in CloudTweaks, click here:
https://cloudtweaks.com/2019/09/how-it-operations-can-survive-multi-cloud-world/

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About the author

Bill Talbot

Bill Talbot

Bill Talbot is a Vice President of Solutions Marketing at BMC Software. He has nearly 20 years of B-to-B marketing, sales, and business development experience. Prior to BMC, Talbot worked at CA Technologies where he ran product marketing for both the Cloud and Service Assurance business units. He also founded VIA Consulting, a marketing services firm that helped high tech businesses transition from being product-centric to customer-focused. Talbot has held senior marketing and business development roles at Uplogix, GoldenGate Software (Oracle), and Evolutionary Technologies. In his spare time Talbot enjoys being outdoors, live music, and chasing around his two red-headed, rambunctious boys.