| Can you see your public and private clouds all in one place?
With organisations creating more complex multi cloud environments, a real challenge develops as to how you keep track of all those siloed workloads. It stands to reason that without a complete picture of your hybrid cloud environment, you don’t have the control you need to make informed decisions.
Illapa allows you to easily see all your public and private clouds from one window. That added visibility is a great benefit, but the real power of illapa is what you can then do with that, like reducing cloud spend, gaining greater levels of control and governance and ensuring application performance is as high as it can be.
Find out how illapa gives you greater visibility of your hybrid cloud…
How can illapa improve the visibility of my hybrid cloud?
- Combine public and private clouds with ease. Illapa allows you to see your entire hybrid cloud environment, in a single window
- Easily review usage across your hybrid cloud environment, receive notifications if a workload is about to be over provisioned or suggestions of where you can reduce your unused compute to save money
"Cost optimisation amid rapid multi-cloud deployments is a key theme for 2019."
Larry Dignan, Editor-in-Chief, ZDNet
What else does illapa do?
With many organisations adopting a multi-cloud strategy, keeping on top of your public cloud spend can be a tricky task. Illapa solves this issue by giving you greater visibility of the “true” cost of workloads. Illapa allows you to easily see what you are paying and how those workloads could be more cost effective, across both public and private cloud providers.
With cloud services so easy to consume, governance becomes a big issue for many organisations. Shadow or stealth IT has become an issue because services are so easily accessed from outside the corporate IT strategy. Illapa’s very granular role-based access policy, allows you to determine what users can and can’t do, and then who authorisation access is delegated to. This allows everyone who needs to be able to build servers the access to do this, but in the corporate boundaries and therefore less likely to use a credit card.
A real benefit of the cloud is its elasticity, the ability to scale up or down dependent on workloads. A common issue is that often organisations find out they are over provisioned and suffering from performance issues or, on the other end of the scale, don’t dial down services when they’re not required.