Building Your Cloud Center of Excellence

Hitachi Application Reliability Centers (HARC) provide tools, methodologies and automation that identify root cause, self-correct and self-heal data flaws that enable your enterprise to move faster and more reliably.

In partnership with Hitachi Vantara, find the resources you need to successfully build your cloud center of excellence with Hitachi Vantara.

Data Reliability Engineering: Ensuring the Consistent Delivery of Trustworthy Data in Modern Cloud Environments

Data reliability engineering helps enterprises consistently check if something is wrong with the data while the data is flowing or data is in motion. It lets a business build self-healing capabilities and the automation of data management, integrity, and quality.  Read Now

Maximize Your Investment and Realize the True Potential of Cloud via Continuous Innovation

Organizations need modern ways to manage their workloads in today’s complex cloud environments. Read now

Strategies for Managing Multi-Cloud Environments

Successfully managing multiple clouds requires implementing development, security, operations, and site reliability engineering (SRE) practices into how you design, build, deploy, and operate your applications and workloads for the cloud. Download HBR report on

Data Reliability Engineering: You Can’t Fly Blind in the Clouds

While companies are transforming their workloads to hybrid and multi-cloud environments, they still treat operations as silos between infrastructure, applications, and data. To manage the complexity with a resilient, reliable, secure, and cost-optimized approach, organizations need all three to go hand in hand.  Read Now

What is Cloud Security?

Cloud security refers to the measures that organizations take as they integrate the public cloud more into their business operations. At a rudimentary level, cloud security is concerned with securing data both in transit across networks and while stored in data centers, then, further securing access controls to that data. Read More on

Cloud Cost Optimization With FinOps

In the cloud, everything is consumption-oriented, which passes control from a centralized procurement function to individual business units, engineering teams and developers. Resources and cloud services are provisioned instantly and aren’t being driven by a heavy, approval-driven process, turning the traditional procurement-driven purchasing process on its head.

As a result, there is a lot of sprawl within the enterprise; services are often deployed but not used effectively. Organizations often lack visibility into who is buying what or using which services, making it difficult to analyze costs or map usage to business value. Read Now