Apptio, provider of Technology Business Management (TBM) SaaS applications, and IBM, have announced a partnership to help clients improve decision making in hybrid cloud technology investments and accelerate adoption of Red Hat OpenShift and IBM’s Open Hybrid Cloud approach.
According to analytics firm IDC, “it is necessary to support the customer in his migration process to the cloud, in order to help him establish the optimal set-up (for example, private, public, hybrid) necessary to achieve business and IT goals. , offering multiple paths to the cloud for application migration and modernization“.
To foster greater flexibility and agility in their operations, businesses they need to determine which applications and workloads should be migrated and how this can impact business.
This collaboration will merge Apptio data to help customers make informed migration decisions and leverage the capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift to run and manage applications in the compute environment that best suits your business goals, including on-premises infrastructure and cloud destinations such as IBM, AWS, Azure, and others.
“Many enterprises are moving towards hybrid systems by leveraging on-premises solutions and cloud services to meet their technology and business needs,” he said. Sunny Gupta, co-founder and CEO of Apptio. “IBM offers its customers the only hybrid multi-cloud approach through a comprehensive and effective platform to manage their workloads in increasingly hybrid environments.”
As part of the agreement, Apptio and IBM will offer clients visibility, optimization and migration capabilities to IBM Cloud with Red Hat OpenShift through Apptio’s financial decision-making engine, which is transversal to corporate technology, from on-premises infrastructure and cloud services to digital products such as ApptioOne and Cloudability.
Additionally, Apptio will include Red Hat OpenShift in its product portfolio, starting with Targetprocess, which runs on the IBM Cloud and is built to help enterprises accelerate business agility. The combination of Apptio products with IBM AI Ops and IBM Turbonomics Application Resource Management can also support clients in producing financial analysis and using workload positioning.
“We have a common intent to help customers make data-driven decisions about running their workloads in an optimal hybrid cloud environment, both in the cloud and on-premises,” he said. Bob Lord, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Ecosystems di IBM.
“With the inclusion of Apptio within our growing ecosystem of partners, we are able to combine financial analysis capabilities and Apptio’s decision support for IBM’s leadership in the hybrid cloud and open to offer our customers unique value at all stages of their cloud migration process ”.
IBM Global Business Services (GBS) supports customers during the migration process to a hybrid cloud environment by offering an end-to-end strategy, with support in the design and planning and provision of architectural services for customers using Apptio’s solutions.
IBM will use Apptio’s cloud financial management and optimization products, like ApptioOne, to manage technology spending and consumption of internal IBM Cloud resources across your enterprise.
Apptio belongs to IBM’s partner ecosystem, an initiative to support partner companies in all areas – IBM developers, service providers or resellers of technologies and platforms – to help customers manage and modernize workloads with Red Hat OpenShift by addressing any cloud environment, including the IBM Cloud.