Published/updated: March 2011
In this Webinar Tony Lock, Tim Phillips (The Register), Graham Rushton (Avenade) and Greg Charman (Microsoft) look at the potential use of automation and orchestration solutions in computer rooms and data centres.
The Web cast considers what is driving organisations towards greater use of automation technologies and how to move from there to service orchestration.
Topics discussed include what tasks make good candidates to automate when investigating automation and service orchestration and what inhibitors need to be overcome to get major benefits. Is now the time to “do it ourselves before someone tries to do it to us”?
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