The Biggest Disruption to IT Ever

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Software-defined everything is the biggest disruption to IT. Monitoring the environments of the Software-defined everything era is going to be challenging.

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Software-defined everything is the biggest disruption we've had ever, probably, as far as I can remember, since IP came along. It's changing the game completely. If you look historically, monitoring technologies were always running behind the service enabling technologies that they were supposed to be looking after. That's just a given. Whether that's internally within, you know, thought given to spending dollars on it, or organizations actually developing it.

As we move to this software-defined everything era, we can't do that, because organizations that are lagging behind in that space are now going to find they've got no telemetry to their business-critical services, and because of the inherent complexity that's lying behind this abstracted service delivery, monitoring those environments is going to be key, and it's going to be challenging.

Written by Bob Pierpoint
Director of Customer Experience, SevOne

Bob Pierpoint is SevOne’s Director of Customer Experience, responsible for improving interactions with our customer base at all levels. Bob has been working in Network Management for 22 years, the last ten of which he spent running Global Tools Engineering for a large corporate bank.