While the Mayan calendar didn't specifically mention the fall of Legacy Monitoring tools, it's much more likely to be the case than their more widely known prediction. As we head into the last days of 2012, there's one prediction you should focus on: your 2013 plans are destined to be derailed due to the limitations of your Legacy tools.
It's safe to say that you're in the midst of planning your 2013 strategy for your company. 2012 has brought us a lot of new challenges, especially when it comes to your IT infrastructure. 12 months ago, "cloud" and "hybrid"-anything felt like overused, marketing buzz words. Truth of the matter is that as 2012 comes to a close, these terms are some of the more disruptive technologies businesses small and large are now incorporating into their plans. In short, IT is in the midst of unprecedented change and hybrid-IT is becoming a reality.
To make matters worse, the pace of change is actually accelerating while new and disruptive technologies, such as software defined networking, are poised to turn IT on its head. Meanwhile, converged infrastructure with the notion of maximum automation via APIs, often referred to as the software defined data center, is finally upon us.
In 2013, the demands of this dynamic infrastructure will far outpace your legacy monitoring infrastructure’s capabilities and threaten to derail the entire transformation. Rather than attempt to retrofit these legacy tools, Zenoss provides a unified monitoring solution that plays a pivotal role by providing instrumentation, visualization, and service-based root cause analysis built for the dynamic data center while integrating with various platforms such as orchestration and provisioning.
You're invited to join us for our final webinar of 2012, Caution: Your Legacy Monitoring Solution Will Fail in 2013. Join us and learn:
- The converged infrastructure Avalanche
- New technologies causing more complexity
- Elemental vs. service based to enable IT as a Service
- How to avoid automation without instrumentation