European CIOs and IT managers lack the technical capabilities to administer infrastructure performance management across their datacentres.
This was the finding of a survey by Virtual Instruments, a specialist in Infrastructure Performance Management (IPM) for physical, virtual and cloud computing environments.
Today, an IT infrastructure is more crucial than ever to a successful business. End users expect access to their applications and data anytime, putting ever-greater pressure on the IT environment to support exponentially increasing and unpredictable workloads.
This trend is creating a highly complex, multi-vendor, multi-layer data centre that is perpetually evolving; as a result gaining a clear and unbiased understanding of the end-to-end infrastructure is nearly impossible.