Tag: ROI

Four Not-So-Secret Ingredients of Moab

Today I was reviewing the Moab documentation for an upcoming training and I ran across several feature gems that I thought were worth calling out. I’ll call them some of the “not-so-secret ingredients” that makes Moab great. Scheduling with Partitions Moab uses partitions to logical divide available resources in your environment. This allows you to […]

Adaptive Computing Joins the OpenStack Community

We’re happy to announce that we’ve joined the OpenStack Foundation to bring our experience in policy-based optimization to the OpenStack community. Moab OpenStack-based solution provides open and flexible policy-based optimization that enables enterprises to use their existing management tools to automate service performance and cost optimization for OpenStack-based environments. Moab’s open and customizable policy architecture […]

Adaptive Computing Announces: Moab Cloud Optimizer Integration for HP Cloud Service Automation 3.2

We’re happy to announce our Moab Cloud Optimizer integration for HP Cloud Service Automation (CSA) version 3.2. Moab Cloud Optimizer’s out-of-the-box policies help IT organizations derive higher ROI from HP Cloud Service Automation private cloud environments. Maximize cloud value with Moab Cloud Optimizer’s range of cloud policies that can be visually set and monitored to […]

Gartner Names Adaptive Computing “Cool Vendor” in Cloud Management

We’re happy to announce that Gartner, Inc. named us a “Cool Vendor” in their annual report: “Cool Vendors in Cloud Management, 2013.” The report includes five emerging vendors providing cloud management platform and/or cloud migration capabilities. Gartner’s annual “Cool Vendor” report focuses on highlighting innovative vendors, products, and services with top of the line capabilities […]

It’s about the Quality of Service, Stupid!

When a person makes a request to the cloud, as with everything in life, they want quality to accompany the service. When the IT wizard is working with his virtual infrastructure he wants to maintain consistent quality of service for the requester and wants his management tools to deliver him that same quality of service. When […]

Save the Date for MoabCon 2013 Europe

If you can’t make it to the U.S. for MoabCon 2013 in Park City, Utah, we’ll bring the best of MoabCon to you before ISC in Leipzig, Germany. Mark your calendars for June 15-16th at the Westin Hotel in Leipzig. On Saturday night, June 15th, we will have an evening reception followed by technical sessions […]

Connect with Adaptive Computing on Social Media

At Adaptive Computing, we excel at policy-based optimization software for large scale Private Cloud and HPC Environments.  Our intelligent private cloud management and HPC workload management solutions are best suited for the needs of Top500 Supercomputing and Fortune 500 customers. Because we understand that these ever-evolving industries require frequently updated solutions and strategies, we also […]

Simplicity: Cloud’s Hidden Value Proposition

As hype around cloud begins to settle into more realistic proportions, the industry as a whole is doing some soul-searching. Are we finding the cost savings and improved agility that we expected? As I’ve observed before, it’s time to see ROI. Cloud Computing News recently reported on a KPMG survey that shows a certain satisfaction; about 70% of […]

MoabCon 2013 – It’s The Must Attend Show for Moab Users

MoabCon is almost here. I can hardly wait. We had so much fun in Park City last year that we are doing it again on April 8-11. The technical programs are consistently the big draw for MoabCon. This year will be no different as we have great sessions planned. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s […]

Realizing the Full Value of Your Private Cloud

As I talk to many companies looking to implement a private cloud solution and I ask them why they want to implement a private cloud, I often hear one or more of the following valid objectives: “We have to deliver apps and services to the business faster.” “We need to reduce growing capital costs and […]