Can You Influence The Way Of Claiming For IT Infrastructure Resources? – Yes You Can!

Can You Influence The Way Of Claiming For IT Infrastructure Resources? – Yes You Can!

The enormous volume, velocity and variety of data flooding the enterprise is creating a massive challenge that is overwhelming traditional storage approaches.

The need to measure the effectiveness and results of IT infrastructure deployment can rise prior to make decisions to purchase more Hardware of Infrastructure Software or by optimizing an existing environment in order to provide more IT to growing demands for new services using IT infrastructure resources already in place.

Take a look at the following scenarios:

HW Vendor: A Hardware vendor advising for a need for more storage or FC-Switches, claiming to provide certain specifications of I/O, redundancy, resiliency and availability.

SW Vendor: An application vendor demanding an IT infrastructure environment with specific computing & I/O needs.

Internal BU owner asking for IT infrastructure for building a new service to the Marketing department. All scenarios will need to be monitored and measured on their performance and usability on a daily basis regarding how they meet the initial request for resources. So, Can it be done? Can the company Supercharge their QOS while keeping their cost in check?

The key is to identify whether IT resources are providing business value.


It is about time to use independent vendor agnostic solutions to analyze and correlate the allocated resources for effective implementation, distribution and usage with proper alignment to business values.

The Correlata unique algorithm and the “out of the box” dashboard, provides IT Management a all now set of tools to measure the effectiveness of the IT infrastructure by ongoing discovery and direct collection of infrastructure meta-data from diverse elements, platforms, layers and disciplines, correlating the data and generate new information using a powerful engine based on sophisticated analytic rules.

Correlata platform working on top and around the existing platforms, uses a unique data-fusion analytic concept (patent pending), providing a new level of management insights and visibility on ALL data center operations, across ALL systems, platforms, applications, and ensures you’re not just up and running, but highly available, resilient per your design intentions and business objectives.

Correlata Identifies “black holes” in the IT setup and generates  reports of discrepancies, anomalies, data loss, mis-configurations, and availability risks. In addition, Correlata exposes allocated IT resources that don’t provide value to any application or service.

Correlata solution quantifies the IT resources allocated to computing systems, Databases and applications, identify no usage, partial and ineffective use of provisioned resources , eliminate the need for those IT resources that do not create any business value, minimize service unavailability and data loss potential risks whilst creating a clear and precise picture of the IT environment and sharing information of how Federal Agencies can squeeze their existing infrastructure in order to provide more Quality Of Services (QOS) with same or even less investments, make sure  that there are no hidden risks on system availability, data protection process,  potential failures on data recovery and realize gaps on under/over provisioning of Infrastructure delivered  to satisfy  customer’s business commitments, regulations and  SLA’s.

Correlata can help the Data Centers to:

–   Reducing IT budgets –   Efficient provisioning of IT Resources and services. –   Mitigate hidden and potential risks of system availability and data loss. –   Identify over and under provisioning of Infrastructure resources according to business requirements. –   Compliance of data protection and high availability vs. de-facto implementation and SLA’s.  

>>Learn more about Correlata OmniVisibility holistic pro-active Platform, designed for heterogeneous coverage- breaking the silo-effect in current infrastructure environments.