Enterprises are striving to achieve cloud potential through hybrid and multicloud strategies, resulting in fundamental shifts in application management paradigms. These shifts include:
- An estimated growth of 68% in spending between 2018 and 2022 driven by the cloud shift across key enterprise IT markets.
- Currently, less than 20% of applications are in the cloud, and this proportion is expected to increase, resulting in both hybrid and multicloud adoption.
- Yet, an estimated 90% of current applications will still be in use in 2023, with insufficient modernization efforts.
The traditional way of managing applications is becoming obsolete. What is needed is a paradigm shift to manage applications so you can extract the full potential of cloud. Organizations that embrace this new paradigm quickly will innovate and thrive against competitors.
Let SmartIMS manage your legacy cloud applications
Efficiency and cost
DevSecOps and Quality Engineering enable incident resolution closer to the source; cognitive problem management offers advanced analytics for root cause analysis; and extreme automation for self-heal keeps workers steady.
Availability and resilience
Site Reliability Engineering Practice provides resilience by design with application maintenance and enhancements; potential for no planned downtime with canary deployments and rolling updates.
Speed and agility
Short release cycles are aligned with business outcomes for improved time-to-value; offers aggressive, integrated service level agreements.
Security and reliability
Emerging security threat models with effective governance, risk and compliance; provides Open Source for Enterprise for improved governance and management of open source.