TECH BUYER Sep 2021 - IDC PeerScape - Doc # US47595621

IDC PeerScape: Practices for Successful Digital Infrastructure Autonomous Operations

By: Mary Johnston TurnerResearch Vice President, Future of Digital Infrastructure

Abstract

This IDC PeerScape describes five practices for optimizing autonomous operations for enterprise digital infrastructure. Collectively these practices allow enterprises to streamline and standardize infrastructure operations, reduce operational friction, improve operational efficiency, and prioritize investments to support the long-term evolution of digital business capabilities. This IDC PeerScape evaluates these approaches and presents examples of organizations that have successfully used these practices to deliver tangible business benefits via important digital infrastructure operations improvements.

"For organizations that are wrestling with exploding data volumes, expanding application dependencies, and complex, interconnected hybrid cloud architectures, autonomous operations for digital infrastructure need to be a top priority," explains Mary Johnston Turner, research vice president, IDC Future of Digital Infrastructure — Agenda. "Consistent business-focused digital infrastructure governance, analytics, and automation are required to keep up with rising rates of change and improve digital business resiliency."


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