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By: Storiant     Published Date: Mar 16, 2015
Read this new IDC Report about how today's enterprise datacenters are dealing with new challenges that are far more demanding than ever before. Foremost is the exponential growth of data, most of it unstructured data. Big data and analytics implementations are also quickly becoming a strategic priority in many enterprises, demanding online access to more data, which is retained for longer periods of time. Legacy storage solutions with fixed design characteristics and a cost structure that doesn't scale are proving to be ill-suited for these new needs. This Technology Spotlight examines the issues that are driving organizations to replace older archive and backup-and-restore systems with business continuity and always-available solutions that can scale to handle extreme data growth while leveraging a cloudbased pricing model. The report also looks at the role of Storiant and its long-term storage services solution in the strategically important long-term storage market.
Tags : storiant, big data, analytics implementations, cloudbased pricing model, long-term storage services solution, long-term storage market
     Storiant
By: SolarWinds MSP     Published Date: Jan 25, 2017
Take a look at our E-book “How to Price managed Cloud Services,” to discover how you can use the cloud to your advantage. Learn how you can use an a la carte pricing model to bundle more services and drive more value for your customers and for your business. You can add a personal touch for your customers that no other IT service provider can give them – support, service and help when they need it.
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     SolarWinds MSP
By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Aug 17, 2017
In a market where compute and storage resources can be bought on demand with a credit card, vendors of on-premises hardware are seeking to tip the scales in their favor with ‘cloud-like’ pricing models that eliminate the need to commit capital to new platforms. At Dell EMC World in May, Dell Financial Services (DFS) rolled out Cloud Flex for HCI (hyperconverged infrastructure), part of the company’s push to evangelize the start-small-and-scale-up virtues of HCI technology. Cloud Flex lets customers acquire equipment on an all-opex basis, with no up-front product cost, steady monthly payments that reduce by up to 30% annually, and the ability to turn in equipment any time after 12 months without penalty. It’s part of a series of moves by Dell EMC meant to ease the financial risk of sticking with on-premises infrastructure in a cloud-enabled world
Tags : storage resources, hyperconverged appliance, hyperconverged infrastructure, cloud, cloud pricing model
     Dell EMC
By: Storiant     Published Date: Feb 09, 2015
This report examines the issues that are driving organizations to replace older archive and backup-and restore systems with business continuity and always-available solutions that can scale to handle extreme data growth while leveraging a cloud-based pricing model. The report also looks at the role of Storiant and its long-term storage services solution in the strategically important long-term storage market.
Tags : storiant, storage, data management, storage solutions, storage services, backup, recovery
     Storiant
By: Microsoft Azure     Published Date: Apr 11, 2018
Your customers are asking for it. Your developers are ready for it. Your operations team is demanding it. What’s behind this momentum? Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) is a fundamental shift away from traditional software licensing to a market-driven subscription model. Keystone engaged 20 ISVs who successfully transitioned to a SaaS model, and found: New customer segments open thanks to lower adoption and operating costs. With less complex infrastructure under SaaS, customer TCO drops. ISV products improve with value-added cloud services and SaaS data capabilities. Financial predictability improves with recurring revenue model. New pricing models aligns ISV value to customers’ business needs, driving increased revenue. Additional, significant operational benefits from switching to a SaaS model. Fill out the form at right to get the free report, The Shift to SaaS: A high-value opportunity for ISVs. The collection of product usage data increases the speed of product development by 33%. –
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     Microsoft Azure
By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 07, 2015
Businesses are transforming themselves to participate in the API economy. But how do you rapidly and securely expose your business to this developer ecosystem? Attend this webcast to find out how you can define and publish your APIs easily using the IBM API Management Service — the new SaaS solution from IBM. This cloud hosted service provides a complete set of capabilities to create, secure, manage, and socialize APIs to internal and external developer communities in the cloud, without incurring any IT infrastructure setup. Learn more from IBM's product team on how it will help enable companies to embrace the API economy and accelerate business transformation. Webcast attendees will learn about the following: •IBM API Management Service capabilities, features and benefits •Understanding different use cases of IBM API Management Service •Pricing models •How to get started using the API Management Service
Tags : ibm, business transformation, api management, develop, saas, it infrastructure, application, programming, interface, software, apps, app
     IBM
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