BMC unveils multi-cloud management strategy

To help IT professionals lead their companies into the digital transformation era, BMC today unveiled a comprehensive strategy for multi-cloud management, as well as a variety of new solutions and services.

The company showcased TrueSight Cloud Cost Control and SecOps Policy Service at today’s BMC Exchange event in New York, which manages cost, compliances and next-generation performance monitoring through artificial intelligence and machine learning.

The complexity is created by multi-cloud, enabling speed and innovation, and amplifying the traditional challenges and pressures placed on IT and the business: visibility, cost, security, performance, automation, and migration.

BMC introduced two solutions today that address amplified challenges:

  • TrueSight Cloud Cost Control is a cost management solution that analyses current and future costs and utilisation of multi-cloud infrastructure services, providing insight and control over capital and operating expenditures. With a single view of on-premises and public cloud infrastructure spend, organisations can track and analyse infrastructure costs and utilisation, identify overspending, and forecast future costs.
  • SecOps Policy Service embeds compliance and security testing into the software development lifecycle, empowering developers to perform critical checks without stalling innovation. The cloud-based solution provides continuous verification, analytics, and governance to ensure compliance is protected, reducing risk when creating multi-cloud applications.

Bill Berutti, president for enterprise solutions at BMC, said: “Businesses are in the midst of dramatic transformation from the data centre to the cloud and beyond.

“Enterprises are poised to spend roughly US$1.1trillion in digital transformation technologies. This investment creates unprecedented opportunities for companies to develop new services, enhance employee productivity and efficiency, improve real-time decision-making, and develop new and innovative user experiences.”

Written from press release by Leah Alger