Intelligent Cloud Management - Improving the Business Experience Using Analytics and AI

Intelligent Cloud Management - Improving the Business Experience Using Analytics and AI

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07-Mar-2019
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Research Code: 99E4-00-30-00-00
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Most enterprises don’t have the time, interest or skill to continually monitor their cloud environments for efficiency—for example, to ensure that their instance sizes are adequate as application usage fluctuates; that they aren’t running idle virtual machines (VMs); or that they aren’t paying more than they need to. To help customers optimize their environments, some providers are incorporating user-facing analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) into their cloud management platforms, providing visibility and recommendations for optimizing the environment. And it’s not only IaaS providers that are utilizing intelligence. Third-party providers of hybrid or multi-cloud management or service broker platforms are also incorporating AI as a way to help enterprises manage their multi-cloud environments.

In this report, we will look at the introduction of intelligence into cloud management platforms. We will look at why it’s necessary; the evolution path of cloud management platforms: from using diagnostic analytics to artificial intelligence; how using analytics improves cloud management; and where providers are in the journey. We will also make some predictions about the future of AI in cloud management.

Table of Contents

Introduction

The Cloud Management Evolution

Real-Time, Data Driven Cloud Management

Provider Profiles

CenturyLink

Navisite

Tata Communications

HPE

Where is Intelligent Cloud Headed?

Frost & Sullivan - The Last Word

About Frost & Sullivan

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Most enterprises don’t have the time, interest or skill to continually monitor their cloud environments for efficiency—for example, to ensure that their instance sizes are adequate as application usage fluctuates; that they aren’t running idle virtual machines (VMs); or that they aren’t paying more than they need to. To help customers optimize their environments, some providers are incorporating user-facing analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) into their cloud management platforms, providing visibility and recommendations for optimizing the environment. And it’s not only IaaS providers that are utilizing intelligence. Third-party providers of hybrid or multi-cloud management or service broker platforms are also incorporating AI as a way to help enterprises manage their multi-cloud environments. In this report, we will look at the introduction of intelligence into cloud management platforms. We will look at why it’s necessary; the evolution path of cloud management platforms: from using diagnostic analytics to artificial intelligence; how using analytics improves cloud management; and where providers are in the journey. We will also make some predictions about the future of AI in cloud management.
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Author Karyn Price
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number 99E4-00-30-00-00
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GPS Codes 99E4-C1,9455,9B07-C1