If the cloud is growing a bazillion percent each year why haven’t more enterprise apps migrated?
Jaimie Sinclair, on Apr 2, 2019 10:48:33 AM
The cloud management industry has undergone a pretty radical shift in recent years. Here at Embotics, we like to think that we’ve taken a leading role in the industry in pushing cloud management platforms forward. You may recall our announcement last year when we launched the first the industry’s first truly next-generation cloud management platform – one built for automation, orchestration and governance of both traditional and new microservice-based applications while facilitating DevOps.
Here in 2019, there can be no mistaking the fact that cloud growth is explosive.
Coupled with similar growth in big data analytics and the adoption Saas-based business application and services, the industry has been making dramatic leaps and bounds in the right direction in terms of transforming the underlying application architecture.
Dan Murphy, on Jan 9, 2019 11:20:29 AM
Today is a pretty big day for us here at Embotics. As you may have seen, Gartner this week released its first-ever Magic Quadrant for Cloud Management Platforms . We are thrilled to see that Embotics was positioned in the leader quadrant in Gartner’s inaugural snapshot of the CMP market. It’s certainly an exciting way to kick off the new year!
We are not surprised to see Embotics named as a leader – it’s a position that each employee here works hard every day to reinforce. Some of the largest companies across the world with the most complex hybrid cloud environments rely on us to automate provisioning and enable self-service capabilities across private, public and hybrid cloud infrastructures, and this recognition goes a long way to show us we’re doing a pretty good job at it.
Dan Murphy, on Nov 28, 2018 10:55:22 AM
For decades, the only organizations that had true IT functions were the ones that could afford the infrastructure and manpower costs of building their own data centers – either on or off-premise. Today, a new company can buy cloud resources, like AWS, and realistically be up and running in the cloud in a single day. But the sheer proliferation of the cloud has presented a unique range of benefits and challenges. On one hand, companies are experiencing increased efficiency, cost savings, workload scalability and speed. On the other, trends like shadow IT have made it harder for organizations to track employee activities, manage cloud resources and embrace emerging technologies like DevOps, microservices and containers.
Over the past few weeks in this space, we’ve spent some time writing about some of the ways that the cloud market is evolving, and how those evolving dynamics impact multicloud environments and how we approach and serve enterprises trying to manage those environments.
In this space recently, we talked about the evolving cloud market and how some shifting dynamics are affecting multi-cloud environments and the way we as a company approach the organizations operating in those environments. We talked about the death of greenfield selling and the rise of DevOps.