It may have been me who said it, or a host of other individuals, but if you are reading this post, I would presume that you are someone interested in discussing this topic.
We’ve been talking about it for a long time, but the transition from running applications on premises to the cloud is most certainly underway. Many organizations have implemented a SaaS-first policy for evaluating new applications. Even their existing applications are transitioning from private cloud into the public cloud, and the administrators of these applications need a way to seamlessly monitor their infrastructure as they make these transitions. These changes aren’t easy, and we need solutions that help us simplify the process.
This transition to SaaS and he cloud is happening because organizations are beginning to see the value of letting the experts manage your applications, the upgrades and the infrastructure that hosts them. Especially solutions like CA Unified Infrastructure Management.
Therefore, we are working on CA Unified Infrastructure Management SaaS (“UIM SaaS”) to help our users simplify the move to the public cloud. CA UIM SaaS has the capability to help you monitor both your public and private cloud infrastructure. As you transition your infrastructure to the cloud, you don’t have to rely on separate monitoring solutions. You can monitor both with CA UIM SaaS!
I am looking to meet with individuals who are interested in learning more about the future of CA UIM SaaS. I am looking for users who may meet one of the following criteria:
- You are under a corporate mandate to transition to SaaS-based solutions of your infrastructure management needs
- When it comes to infrastructure monitoring, you need to follow a SaaS-first strategy
- You are a current user of other CA DevOps products like CA APM.
If this sounds like you, or you are interested in learning more about CA UIM SaaS, please comment here, or send a private message to myself (Jim.Perkins), or Raj Sundaram ( sunra05 ). We will then get back to you directly.