Many companies are struggling to drive innovation, efficiency, and scalability while keeping costs under control. Moving applications, data, and infrastructure in the cloud ecosystem is much more simplified than it was 10 years ago. The modern cloud ecosystem has too many options to comprehend.
You find yourself chasing the lowest cost model possible to assure your finance director and Chief Information Officer (CIO) that you’re operating as lean as possible. Many cloud consumers wonder if optimizing their CI/CD pipeline to be more efficient can help grow their business.
Whether you are deeply involved in cloud computing as your primary workload strategy, just getting started, or somewhere in between. Intel and its partners are optimizing workloads across the cloud ecosystem to deliver valuable tools, recipes, and solutions to improve your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) in a well-performing cloud model.
One of Intel’s partners, Txture.io can assist you in on your cloud transformation.
Txture’s SaaS based platform simplifies how you can be more strategic in your cloud model. The tool allows customers to import their data, perform a quick analysis, and then give recommendations. The tools use advanced algorithms and machine learning capabilities, and quickly assess the feasibility and impact of cloud migration. Txture streamlines the planning and execution process, offering automated workflows, real-time collaboration, and extensive documentation.
Using the platform, you can be as prescriptive as you like, choosing between Cloud Service Provider (CSP) preferences, workload placement like IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, or even focus on multi-cloud models. Txture also gives real-time cost modeling across multiple CSPs, optimizing your run-rates, and modernizing your workloads. This allows you to take advantage of the latest cloud technologies in your region.
To learn more about Txture, get to know their CEO and founder Matthias Farwick, and read my interview around developing an agile cadence with your infrastructure, click the link to read the white paper. https://txture.io/en/resources/change-management-whitepaper-part-1
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