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However, these multi-cloud infrastructure strategies are often impaired by outdated data center infrastructure, uncompetitive facilities, and legacy operational processes.
Forrester Traps TEI Study
Dell EMC Services consultants are working with clients around the world to drive data center modernization initiatives that result in lower operating multi*compaany, faster operational processes and more robust infrastructure and quickly realize their multi-cloud infrastructure strategy. Such data center transformation initiatives are time and resource-intensive, and some IT executives wonder how much of a benefit to expect.
Forrester determined that Dell EMC data center modernization and migration services delivered an optimized transformation of IT operations as disparate data centers are transformed into modern, standardized data centers. How did Forrester come up with these impressive figures? These clients vary in size, are from a range of industries, and are in different parts of the world, to minimize any bias in selection. Based on this information, Forrester creates a composite organization and financial model.
Forrester Traps TEI Study – Palo Alto Networks
From an IT standpoint, they have 12 data centers with inconsistent operating processes. Forrester then compared the costs and benefits of a data center modernization and consolidation program led by Dell EMC Services vs.
They found that the program led by Dell EMC could accelerate the consolidation, cutting the duration nearly in half when compared with an in-house program, from 5 years to 3 years.
The reason this is so significant is that it means that the operating cost benefits are realized more quickly. In the hundreds of transformation and consolidation programs which Dell EMC Services has led we have also leveraged the consolidation to implement operational automation to make more mult*company and quickly executed operational processes, as well as accelerate server virtualization.
Data Center Consolidation for a Multi-Cloud Era: Forrester Quantifies the Impact
These efforts not only improve the speed and lower the risk of the consolidation program, but enable a lower operating cost profile after the consolidation effort is complete.
Finally, a Dell EMC program saves the costs of paying extra staff to assist for an internally managed program. These operational cost savings are so significant that they more than offset the costs of hiring Dell EMC to run the program. In addition to these quantifiable benefits, Forrester finds important qualitative benefits with the Dell EMC approach.
Because data center consolidation efforts are so significant, with many things changing in the environment, risks of an unplanned outage and service disruption can increase.
Dell EMC Services minimizes this risk through careful planning of migration events to simultaneously migrate interdependent applications and data. Another qualitative benefit is the increased agility from more effective automation of operational processes, which makes IT more responsive to application and business stakeholders.
Finally, IT organizations gain greater confidence from the business when they show that they can execute such a far-reaching program effectively. An Experienced Manager with over 30 years industry experience delivering consulting services and IT solutions. Prior to that Ted was the Vice President of a software development organization, where he was responsible for a 30 million dollar subsidiary. Additionally Ted was part of an acquisition team that acquired over a dozen smaller companies in the course of 25 months.
Ted is experienced in operational management as well as project management and IT infrastructure strategy, implementation and support. Ted has considerable experience in Data Center Strategy, Server and Storage Consolidation and the migration of legacy technology, processes and organizations to new models.
Ted is one of the original authors of the Dell EMC data center migration methodology. Our Team becomes stronger with every person who adds to the conversation. So please join the conversation. Comment on our posts and share! Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty.
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