It used to be, with the rise of the digital customer experience, that every company was a software company.
Now, with the rise of of cloud services, software-defined environments, and DevOps and agile development models, every business unit is operating like a software startup. To control the chaos, enterprise IT organizations must transform into a “value-added enabler for the most effective and efficient use of services across the enterprise."
Modern digital and IT operations teams are taking on the role of service providers for driving the consumption of internal and external services in response to the demands of these disparate business units, divisions, and subsidiaries. You not only need to change the way you operate, but also ensure you are using the right tools for contextual visibility and control.
As a scalable cloud-based IT operations platform, OpsRamp delivers smarter, more unified infrastructure management across business units, locations, and teams in a dynamic environment.
This is IT Operations as a Service. It’s the ability to deliver shared IT operations functions at scale to different lines of business within an enterprise.
“The OpsRamp team and overall platform have been incredibly responsive to the needs of our large organization. The model, which is focused on the Service Provider, has help us better manage our environment while granting greater visibility to our stakeholders.”
“The OpsRamp platform can help effectively manage cross-platform cloud services, avoid vendor lock-in or the dreaded underutilization of multi-cloud resources.”- William Fellows, Founder and Research Vice President of 451 Research
“Because OpsRamp manages workloads as services in an infrastructure-independent manner, it addresses hybrid IT management needs that neither older ops management nor newer point solutions are able to address adequately.”- Jason Bloomberg, President of Intellyx
“As enterprises continue to move to the cloud, OpsRamp offers a highly differentiated approach that enables enterprise IT to navigate the challenges between on-premises and cloud-based IT services.”- Nino Marakovic, CEO and Managing Director of Sapphire Ventures
- Mathew Campbell, VP of Infrastructure Delivery, Epsilon