Tag Archive: Workload Optimization

Terma Software is now part of Broadcom

December 10, 2019 10:49 am Published by Chris Deardorf

Broadcom recently completed the acquisition of privately-held Terma Software, whose solutions model workload dependencies, optimize workloads, enable intelligent SLAs and improve overall operational efficiency, in real-time. This acquisition will enrich the Automation.ai platform by providing new sources of workload intelligence and analytics to produce actionable insights from multiple vendors.

How Morgan Stanley Scaled Their Growth with Terma’s Solutions

November 21, 2019 1:57 pm Published by Chris Deardorf

To grow their business, many organizations rely on technology to automate various complex operations while maintaining the infrastructure and critical systems already in place. Automation tools help to manage complex environments at scale, all while controlling cost, and offering centralized management capabilities that support growth.

Consolidation to a Single Vendor: Knowing When To Rationalize

August 28, 2019 9:24 am Published by Chris Deardorf

Earlier this month, EMA reported that 88 percent of organizations surveyed are planning to rationalize their workload environments to a single product. What is sparking this widespread need for consolidation?

Terma Software to Host DevOps Webinar

August 20, 2019 9:00 am Published by Chris Deardorf

This week, we’re partnering with industry-leader IBM Systems to host a webinar all about taking a DevOps approach to optimizing...

It’s Time to Consider Workload Automation in the Context of DevOps

June 3, 2019 2:27 pm Published by Chris Deardorf

DevOps is a process approach that addresses optimization and engages all stakeholders involved in the development, delivery, and use of software. To fully realize the benefits of DevOps and optimize mission critical processes, companies need effective cross-functional collaboration in addition to rapid problem identification and resolution. In the world of Workload Automation, this can be challenging to achieve without the right tools and processes in place.