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Virtualization, Cloud, Users Report “Disappointment”

August 24, 2011 No Comments

In my “Automation as Manna” blog post in June, I criticized the “scare tactics” used in a survey sponsored by automation software vendor UC4, which claimed in so many words that unless IT shops automate their operations, they will not be able to initiate their cloud plans.

Now CA Technologies has sponsored another pro IT automation survey casting aspersions on virtualization and cloud computing for their failure to meet user expectations due to their lack of automation. The survey, conducted among 460 mid- and senior-level IT decision-makers by UBM TechWeb, reports that “although most organizations have implemented virtualization and are prepping for cloud computing, many of them have yet to realize the benefits that drew them to the technologies in the first place.”

Click here to read more of Bruce Hoard’s blog post

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