Automating Fulfillment Channels of Business Demand

 
 
By Ryan Shopp  |  Posted 2011-01-26 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


Step No. 3: Automating fulfillment channels of business demand across multiple functional domains

Such a highly orchestrated environment also helps to connect the silos within an organization such that they no longer exist in terms of user experience and enterprise procedures. With automated service delivery, for instance, a single action can seamlessly trigger multiple actions and tasks across an organization's domains-without any additional human intervention necessary.

Step No. 4: Incorporating the service delivery strategy into the cloud strategy

Done right, a comprehensive cloud strategy addresses the specifics of what will be provisioned, as well as how it will be delivered. For instance, a private cloud might provide capacity for typical IT services and a public cloud might be employed when a specific operational group requires a quick, finite burst for a special project.

If both technologies have been incorporated into the dynamic data center, users can automatically provision these options as easily as they currently consume physical and virtual resources. This, in turn, facilitates the agility attracting enterprises to the cloud to begin with, essentially delivering on the promise of the technology. Moreover, the flexibility helps minimize overall IT complexity by allowing organizations to use a single tool to manage virtualization and cloud technologies from various vendors.

Ryan Shopp is a Senior Director of Product Marketing for CA. In this role, Ryan focuses on thought leadership, strategy, positioning, sales enablement and evangelism for one of CA's product portfolios. Ryan's 15+ years of domain expertise in IT infrastructure and management span leadership roles in marketing, product management and sales engineering for Dell, INS (acquired by Alcatel-Lucent), AT&T, EDS and startups such as Securityworks (acquired by Lumension), NetVMG (acquired by Internap), Centrata (acquired by Lontra) and AlterPoint (acquired by Versata). As a subject matter expert, Ryan has blogged and presented at numerous trade shows and events. Ryan earned a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University and has multiple industry certifications. He can be reached at ryan.shopp@ca.com




 
 
 
 
Ryan Shopp is a Senior Director of Product Marketing for CA. In this role, Ryan focuses on thought leadership, strategy, positioning, sales enablement and evangelism of one of CA's product portfolios. Ryan's 15+ years of domain expertise in IT infrastructure and management span leadership roles in marketing, product management and sales engineering for Dell, INS (acquired by Alcatel-Lucent), AT&T, EDS and startups such as Securityworks (acquired by Lumension), NetVMG (acquired by Internap), Centrata (acquired by Lontra) and AlterPoint (acquired by Versata). As a subject matter expert, Ryan has blogged and presented at numerous trade shows and events. Ryan earned a Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University and has multiple industry certifications. He can be reached at ryan.shopp@ca.com.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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