FNT Software To Showcase Methodology And Tools At Gartner Event In Las Vegas
FNT Command and FNT ServicePlanet are designed to provide the capability to effectively manage IT infrastructure and services across private, public, and hybrid cloud environments.
FNT Software has announced that it will exhibit at the Gartner Data Center Infrastructure & Management Event in Las Vegas next month. The company will showcase its methodology and software solutions that allow colocation and managed service providers, telcos and enterprise data centers to support the delivery of business-driven computing resources across private, public and hybrid cloud environments.
According to Gartner, the enterprise defined data center encompasses many different technologies and platforms, and requires a new framework to manage and deliver applications and services to support business needs.
“Today organizations must balance legacy IT with public and private clouds, software as a service, hosted applications and mobility,” explained Sean Graham, general manager for North America of FNT Software. “All of these systems and services need to be orchestrated and managed across colocation, cloud and in-house data centers, and most importantly, must be aligned with business outcomes. It’s not about who owns the data center, it’s all about delivering compute resources and IT services to the business the best way possible.”
Trusted by many global organizations, including Porsche, Volkswagen, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, Bayer, BASF, and Telx, FNT Software’s methodology and technology provides the capability to run data center operations, and specifically IT services – like a business.
From an infrastructure perspective, FNT Command provides the capability to manage all the components of a data center business including, facilities, physical equipment, virtualization, software and applications, managed services and business services. To support service delivery, FNT ServicePlanet includes the capability to design products and services, integrating catalog management, costing and pricing, and service delivery chain management.